Covid today in Italy, “I think the time has come to trust the Italians and move on to the strong recommendation for the indoor mask passing with the one-month extension for the obligation so as to arrive at an unrestricted summer“This was stated by Undersecretary of Health, Andrea Costa, to SkyTg24, underlining that” there is a reflection underway in the government and a summary will be made within this week.
“The mask – said Costa – will remain mandatory on public transport, in RSAs and hospitals, in theaters and cinemas but not in commercial establishments or even in the workplace. To then move on to a recommendation”.
“There is no doubt that we are facing an increase in infections from Covid but, fortunately, this increase is not producing pressure on our hospitals, this is the most important element and that we must monitor every day. I think it is impossible to reason. on zero contagion “, said Costa.
“The goal is to reach a coexistence with the virus that will allow our hospitals to continue in ordinary activities and allow our country to restart”, he stressed.
As far as school is concerned, the obligation to wear a mask “is one of the issues we are reflecting on. We are now running out, it is reasonable to think of leaving the mask used until the end of the school year”, said Costa, adding: “By the end of the school year. week we will come to a decision “.
“Goodbye to the Green pass? There is no doubt: except for the rsa and hospitals, everything else will no longer be required from May 1st”, the Undersecretary of Health later confirmed, stating that “we are moving towards normality and towards a summer without restrictions and today there are these conditions thanks to the 52 million Italians vaccinated “.