Residents and visitors of Rome can enjoy their first weekend without a curfew. Lazio metropolitan area entered the white zone. On Friday evening, crowds appeared in the city and access to the Trevi Fountain was temporarily closed. Curfews have recently been canceled in most Italian regions. It has been in effect since the beginning of November last year.
The police prepared entrance gates to regulate the flow of people into the squares, where the nightlife usually continues. There will be limited admission, among other things, to the Campo de Fiori, where crowds were noted a week ago.
In the Netherlands, on the other hand, almost all restrictions will be lifted from June 26. There will be no obligation to wear masks (except on public transportation) or limit the number of inmates in the home. It will also be possible to organize sporting events, and the recommendation to work remotely will be raised. Stores will be able to operate during normal business hours. Nightclubs and discos will be open.
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But in Israel, vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks in confined spaces. The decision was made due to nearly zero new cases of Covid-19 reported. There were just 19 new cases nationwide last Sunday, and three on Monday.
Croatia opens up to the Poles
Tourists from Poland who want to spend their holidays in Croatia will no longer have to submit a negative test or vaccination certificate, and will not spend a single minute in quarantine. Poland has officially entered the ECDC Green List.
However, it must be remembered that the list of the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control is constantly updated, which means that the regulations for travelers from our country may change.
Even earlier, from the end of May, children up to 12 years old can enter the Croatian train without having to submit a negative Covid-19 test result.
Ahead of the summer holidays, the easing of restrictions and regulations for people coming to many European countries is gaining momentum. From July 1, Covid passports, that is, EU certificates, will come into force throughout the EU, thanks to which you will be able to travel throughout the EU without mandatory tests or quarantine.
UK and Portugal under censor
However, there are worrying signs in the UK and Portugal. The UK, among other countries, has seen a significant increase in the number of new infections with the delta variant. This type of coronavirus has prevented the British economy from thawing.
Delta variant, the Indian variant of the coronavirus, is responsible for 9 out of 10 new infections in the UK. Although Britons are getting vaccinated much faster than most countries in Europe, they are currently facing an increasing number of cases.
According to BBC News, recent research shows that the recent rise in infections in the UK is largely linked to active, unvaccinated young people.
Italy has introduced a commitment to conduct a 5-day quarantine and coronavirus test for all visitors from Great Britain. So far, people coming from the UK have only been required to submit a negative test result.
In contrast, in the Portuguese government, due to the intensification of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Lisbon bloc was surrounded by a health belt. The ban on entry and exit from the capital area takes effect from Friday and will continue until at least Monday.
Government spokeswoman Marianne Vieira da Silva said during a press conference on Thursday that the cordon is the government’s response to the significant increase in COVID-19 cases in the capital.
Vieira da Silva noted that with the contagion dynamics intensifying, the government is likely to also suspend the implementation of the additional easing of anti-epidemic restrictions announced at the end of June.