Govt to start easing COVID restrictions April 26 - sources

Green light to restaurants, open-air cinema, theatre shows

(ANSA) - ROME, APR 16 - The government is set to start significantly easing Italy's COVID-19-linked restrictions on April 26, sources said Friday after a meeting of the 'cabina di regia' taskforce at the premier's office.
    The government will reintroduce moderate-risk yellow zones to the nation's tiered system of restrictions, which means restaurants will be able to serve people at tables once again and concerts and sports events will be able to resume as long as they take place in the open air, the sources said. (ANSA).


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