December 24th, local time, Italy began to enter a period of strict epidemic control during holidays.
From the 24th to the 27th, people need to carry a “self-declaration” to travel, proving that the reasons for travel must be in line with work, health reasons and necessity.
General shops except supermarkets, food stores, pharmacies, barbershops, etc. remain closed, and restaurants and bars are only allowed for delivery and packaging services.
Compared with Italy’s national “lockdown” from March to April this year, the control measures implemented this time allow family and friends to visit once a day, and the number of visits by non-cohabitants must be limited to two people (except for children under the age of 14 or disabled people in need of care); people are allowed to visit the same region.
Second residence; the scope of activities of municipalities below the size of 5,000 residents can be extended to within 30 kilometers of the surrounding area, but no access to provincial capitals and towns is allowed.