Taking calculated risk to ease lockdown, says Italy PM

MILAN (Reuters) – After daily reported death cases from COVID-19 pandemic fell to its lower normally since March 9, Guiseppe Conte; the prime minister of Italy, said on Saturday that the country was taking a calculated risk in rolling back lockdown measures from next week adding that they know that the epidemiological curve could again rise. He further in press conference spoke that measures taken by the Rome to resume most economic activities and lift bans on people’s movements.

From Monday, Conte has openly announced to resume all shops and said from June 3, the movement between European Union countries would be allowed without asking for quarantine period for those entering Italy.

On May 25, all public places such as gyms, swimming pools, sports centres will reopen while extending the date for theaters and cinemas from June 15.

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