Italy begins lifting world’s longest nationwide Covid-19 lockdown
Italy, the country worst affected by the coronavirus, has declared it will lift the longest lockout imposed to prevent the virus from spreading.
Italy’s government has eased restrictions on lockdowns as civilians have been strictly following a nine week curfew.
A population of 72 percent of people will now return to their jobs, as the deadly pandemic has already grappled with economic conditions.
Restaurants, offices, banks, bars and shopping centers have overcome in recent history the dangerous crisis, with food bars reopened for takeaway only.
Public transport use should be small compared to use before the harmful virus reaches the globe. In indoor public events Italians would have to follow strict guidelines for wearing masks.
However, people can go to picnic points, beaches, and gaming zones to alleviate the psychological impact brought about the virus.
In total, Italy has 211,938 cases of coronavirus, with 29,079 deaths so far. In total, the country recorded 82,879 cases recovered from COVID-19.