The spread of Corona infection in Italy is not strictly regulated.

The spread of Corona infection in Italy is not strictly regulated, october 19 at 7:44 a.m.

In response to the re-spread of the new coronavirus infection in Italy, Prime Minister Conte held a press conference on the evening of the 18th to announce new measures, including restricting the opening hours of restaurants and bars. On the other hand, we did not go into strict regulations such as uniform outing restrictions throughout the country, such as those we did in spring.
Europe is on the “second wave” of the new coronavirus epidemic, with nearly 12,000 newly confirmed infections in Italy on the 18th, surpassing the previous day for the sixth consecutive day, the most ever.

Prime Minister Conte held a press conference on the evening of the 18th to announce new measures, including restricting the opening hours of restaurants and bars by midnight and giving local governments the authority to ban people from gathering in squares and street after 9 p.m., if necessary.

On the other hand, Prime Minister Conte said that “a new situation that would damage the economy of the entire country is not allowed”, and he did not go into strict regulations such as uniform nationwide outing restrictions, such as those that were done in the spring.

The reason for this is that there is an goal to reduce the impact on the economy, and that the medical system is not as tight as it was at the peak of spring.

In Europe, regulations are being strengthened in each country in response to the “second wave”, but the challenge is how to prevent the spread of infection while reducing the impact on the economy.