Wearing of masks is no longer mandatory in Italy, restrictions imposed on citizens of these countries



People all over the world started wearing masks after the global pandemic Corona hit in February 2020. The people of Europe also protected themselves from this epidemic by wearing masks. At the same time, by the middle of 2021, the people of the European country Italy have got relief from the mask.

Italy’s health ministry classified each of Italy’s 20 regions as “white” for the first time, indicating a low risk. This means that wearing a mask will no longer be mandatory. Now Italy seems to be free from the outbreak of Corona.

As of Sunday, a third of Italy’s population over the age of 12, or 17,572,505 people, has been vaccinated, according to the government. Italy has also lifted the ban on entering the country for a long time. Foreigners in Italy will have to show a green pass or show a negative report of Corona. Restrictions have been imposed for travelers coming from the US, Canada, Japan and Europe. Green pass vaccine is given after taking a dose of corona. At the same time, the ban on people coming from India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka will continue.

Health Minister Roberto Speranza called on Italians to still take precautions. He said that this is an encouraging result, but caution and prudence are still needed, especially because of the new corona variant. ‘The battle is not won yet.’

So far more than 127,000 people have died due to Kovid-19 in Italy, while more than 4 million people have been infected. People have also seen the scene of Italy where the situation in Italy had become worse due to Corona virus. Corpses were being carried in coffins in army trucks.