When Can You Travel To Italy Again? – Italy to Relax COVID 19 Restrictions

When Can You Travel To Italy Again? – Italy to Relax COVID 19 Restrictions

Italy Plans To Ease COVID Restriction

When can you travel to Italy Again? – Italy to Ease Lockdowns

Vaccine hopes for Italy to Re-Open: Lockdowns to End

Italy Plans to Ease COVID Restriction – International Travel Expected to Resume

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0:00 – When Can You Travel To Italy Again? – Italy to Relax COVID 19 Restrictions

01:27 – Italy Plans to Ease COVID Restriction

Italy has announced its plan to ease COVID-19 restriction from 26 April. Many of Italy’s current restrictions will be gradually relaxed from the end of April.

On this day, the majority of Italian regions are going to move to a ‘yellow’ and ‘orange’ zone, the areas where the least restrictions are put into place.

This means that most activities including shops, bars and restaurants, and also all schools are going to reopen, although with limitations, and that the country can start to look towards the summer season with optimism.

Currently, Italy is registering about 8,000 daily cases and 300 deaths, with about 3,000 people being treated in intensive care units.

At the moment, vaccination efforts have covered 18.4% of the total population. By the end of the month, the government is planning to reach 500,000 injections a day.

02:57 – Gradual Lifting of Restrictions in Italy

04:42 – Italy’s Plans about Travel

The Italian health ministry earlier this month stated that the current travel restrictions must stay in place until at least 30 April.

The tourism minister last week suggested 2 June as a possible date for restarting non-essential travel but nothing is set to stone as of yet.

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