Italy’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte outlined how the country would start “phase two” of lifting its lockdown and reopening the economy on Sunday.
Manufacturers, construction companies and some wholesalers will be allowed to reopen from May 4, followed by retailers two weeks later. People will be allowed to move around within, but not between, regions. Parks will be allowed to reopen and limited family visits and funerals with no more than 15 people present will be permitted.
Museums and libraries can reopen from May 18, and sports teams will also be able to resume group training. Restaurants and bars will be allowed to reopen fully from the beginning of June. Schools will remain shut until the start of the new academic year in September.
However, Conte reiterated that any restart would be done gradually, with companies expected to introduce strict health safety measures before opening their doors.
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