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CORONAVIRUS NEW RESTRICTIONS: CHRISTMAS DPCM 🎄

Posted on December 18th, 2020

by Expats living in Rome


21 – 23 DECEMBER

⛔ inter-regional mobility block. exceptions for work, health, urgency, return to residence or domicile.

✅ movements allowed to second homes, in the same Region.

✅ shops open, restaurants open for lunch and bars until 6 pm. Hairdressers and barbers are open.

⛔ ban on going out from 10pm to 5am

inter-regional mobility block. exceptions for work, health, urgency, return to residence or domicile. movements allowed to second homes, in the same Region. shops open, restaurants open for lunch and bars until 6 pm. Hairdressers and barbers are open. ban on going out from 10pm to 5am dpcm christmas italy

24th – 27th DECEMBER

⛔ shops, bars, restaurants closed

✅ open with hours on holidays: food shops, pharmacies, tobacconists, newsagents and bookstores

⛔ All movements are prohibited, even within one’s own municipality. waivers only for work, health, urgency

⛔ up to a maximum of two guests can be received at a household, and not only relatives but also friends can be invited.

✅ you can go out to go to Mass and go out for sports and physical activity or assist those who are not self-sufficient.

28th – 30th DECEMBER

✅ the restrictions of the Prime Minister’s Decree are returned from 4 December to 15 January

31 DECEMBER and 3 JANUARY

⛔ total lockdown. Prohibition to leave the house exceptions for work, health, urgency.

✅ only grocery stores, pharmacies, tobacconists, newsagents and bookshops are open

👩‍✈️ whoever is found circulating on the street in these four days, without reason, will be sanctioned with a fine from 400 euros to 1000 euros.

4 – 6 JANUARY

✅ the restrictions of the Prime Minister’s Decree are returned from 4 December to 15 January

⛔ inter-regional mobility block. exceptions for work, health, urgency, return to residence or domicile.


 

 

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