The Italian Government says it will shut swimming pools, cinemas and gums from Monday in attempt to curb the rapid rise in coronavirus infections.
These measures to stem the tide of coronavirus was agreed between Italy’s Prime Minster Giuseppe conte and other regional leaders.
While Bars and Restaurants will have to close by 6 in the evening, shops and other businesses will remain operating.
Conte who said he does not want to repeat the National lockdown imposed during the first wave of COVID-19 in March and April, however explained that the move to shut down cinemas, swimming pools and gyms in the country Game amidst demonstrations in Naples and the then Rome against stricter coronavirus measures.
Meanwhile, Spain’s cabinet on Sunday agreed a nationwide state of alarm which would allow for a country wide curfew Both Italy and Spain were hard hit during the first wave of the pandemic in Europe.