The New York Times reports:
Trying to stem a resurgence in coronavirus infections and prevent closures affecting everyone, Italy announced new restrictions for the unvaccinated on Wednesday, barring them from dining indoors in restaurants and bars; attending shows, sport events and public ceremonies; and entering nightclubs.
“We want to be very cautious,” Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy said at a news conference on Wednesday. “We want to keep this normality.”
The decision came after presidents of the most infected Italian regions pressured the government to crack down on the unvaccinated, worried that new lockdowns and restrictions would hamper the economic recovery in a country that imposed Europe’s first lockdown and experienced some of the pandemic’s most devastating consequences.
Read the full article. Austria made a similar move last week and Germany is considering doing the same.
Trying to stem a resurgence in Covid-19 cases, Italy announced new restrictions for the unvaccinated on Wednesday, barring them from:
— Dining indoors in restaurants and bars
— Attending shows, sport events and public ceremonies
— Entering nightclubshttps://t.co/ZIHLO3KaRv
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 24, 2021