Video: Restaurants and bars closed at 11pm: rumors about the next DPCM
2023 Author: Cody Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 19:13
Restaurants and bars closed by 11pm? It is possible, judging by the possible anticipations on the measures of the new DPCM, which Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte will probably sign in the middle of next week. The rumors of the Palazzo are becoming more and more insistent and go in one direction: curfew for the premises and mandatory masks even outdoors.
It is not known if these will actually be the new government directives to contain the infection from Coronavirus, it is certain, however, that these are quite probable provisions, even if only looking at what some regions have already done, such as Lazio, where the obligation to outdoor masks is already a reality.
The government is certainly considering further restrictions to stop the growth of infections, which is worrying experts these days.
Among the things that are most insistently talked about is the quota limitation of entrances to means of transport and shops, the reduction of seats in the restaurant, the extension of the buffer for those returning from abroad and, in fact, the possible early closure of clubs, bars and restaurants, before midnight. We will see if these hypotheses turn into reality, just wait a few days for confirmation.
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Restaurateurs and bartenders are not there and answer "no" to the rumored new anti-Covid restrictions that fear the early closure of the premises at 11.00 pm to limit the spread of the infection, the numbers of which in Italy are recently arousing concern
In these hours, several newspapers have feared the hypothesis of a possible early closure of bars and restaurants with the new Dpcm to stem the infections from Coronavirus, a second wave of which worries. But from Palazzo Chigi they deny there will be a possible lockdown or a curfew for the locals
Restaurants and bars, for the next 30 days, will close at 24, with the ban on standing from 21: the new DPCM by Giuseppe Conte
At the moment it is only a proposal by the councilors for Commerce, Teresa Armato, and for Security, Antonio De Iesu. New meetings will follow before a possible ordinance of the mayor