The regulation of the use of masks will be maintained in some cases such as in public transport, cinemas, theaters, places where many people gather.
On April 27, Italy’s Deputy Health Minister Andrea Costa said that the Italian government will expand the regulation of the use of masks to reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection in some closed spaces in May, when the regulations begin to increase. . . change your mind The mandatory use of masks indoors will expire on April 30.
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Speaking to RTL 102.5 radio, Costa said: “The use of masks indoors will be maintained in certain circumstances, such as in public transport, cinemas and theaters, places where there are more people.”
He added that the obligation to get vaccinated against COVID-19 upon entry will remain in place until the end of 2022, but people will not need a green card to visit other places in Italy from May 1.