ROME, MAY 04 – More time to use vouchers for skipped travel and concerts due to Covid, via the first Imu installment for companies with a 30% drop in turnover and the elimination of the RAI fee for hotels, bars and restaurants, which will also outdoor tables without paying the tax on the occupation of public land until the end of the year. These are some of the novelties of the Sostegni decree, after the Senate Budget and Finance commissions closed the examination of the amendments in a night marathon, including a selective extension of the block on evictions, but only those that arrived at the beginning of the pandemic . For pre-Covid defaulters, then the release will take effect from 1 July. Among the changes, the six-month extension – from 18 months to two years – of the duration of vouchers issued for flights, train tickets, stays in accommodation facilities, tourist packages but also for school trips and educational trips – including the fourth year to abroad for high school students. Instead, those for shows last three years (in the case of concerts only if the date is set by 2023). But there is also a fund for separated or divorced parents in economic difficulties due to Covid, to guarantee the maintenance allowance, and another for the Municipalities that will find alternative locations to schools for the seats of the next autumn election. (HANDLE).