New Dpcm, here are the anti-contagion hypotheses

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New Dpcm, here are the anti-contagion hypotheses

Over three hours of summit at Palazzo Chigi on the rules to combat the coronavirus. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte brought together the heads of delegation to take stock of the anti-Covid Dpcm, expiring next Thursday. Also present were the minister Francesco Boccia and the undersecretary Riccardo Fraccaro.

On the top table, the hypothesis of a tightening of anti-contagion measures, in the wake of the obligation to wear an outdoor mask introduced with the last DL due to the steadily rising trend of positives. The intention, transpired from today’s meeting, would be that of carefully evaluate the new measures, without accelerating on the new Dpcm, following the trend of infections and continuing the confrontation with the Regions.


Among the hypotheses circulated in the last hours, anti-nightlife regulations such as the ban on gatherings in front of bars and restaurants, as well as in squares and parks. Moreover, more stringent rules for private parties and events (weddings) with a number of guests proportionate to the capacity of the rooms. Smart working should be implemented.

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