In view of the current severity of the coronavirus epidemic, the Lazio region, where the Italian capital Rome is located, and the Campania region, where Naples is the main southern city, issued regional decrees on the evening
The 21st and 22nd, requiring implementation from October 23 Curfew. The curfew in the Lazio region is from 24 o’clock every day to 5 a.m.
the next day, and the decree is valid for 30 days; in the Campania region, it is 23:00 to 5 a.m. the next day, and the decree is valid until November 13.
If people need to travel during the curfew period, they need to carry personal certificates with them to prove that the purpose of travel is work needs, emergency or health reasons.
In addition, the decree issued by the Lazio region also stipulates that the number of beds in public and private medical institutions in the region for the treatment of patients with new Coronavirus will be increased to 2,913, of which 552 are critically ill and critically ill beds.
As of October 22, the Lazio Region has had more than 1,200 new confirmed cases of new Coronavirus pneumonia in a single day for three consecutive days. The number of common cases and severe cases of new Corona pneumonia treated in hospitals is second only to Lombardy in Italy.
Up to now, the three regions of Italy, Lombardy, Lazio, and Campania, have announced the implementation of curfew measures across the region to deal with the second wave of the epidemic. (Headquarters reporter Deng Zongyu)