since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Italy had suffered a lot of human losses.
After quite a long period of lockdown finally, The Italian government will begin lifting coronavirus limits on Monday, but tourists will face stringent rules in hotels, restaurants, and beaches.
To give you a quick idea about how bad the situation was The first death from the coronavirus in Italy occurred February 21. Since then, according to Johns Hopkins University statistics, more than 31,700 people have died in the country from the virus, third-highest among the world’s nations.
Italians can now be seen again walking the streets of their cities, under the obligation of wearing protective masks and gloves, and beginning Monday, all shops can reopen to the public, with new rules. The social distancing of at least one meter must continue to be maintained, and only a designated number of people at a time will be able to enter stores.
but the most interesting for us is that Italians can travel within their regions starting Monday, and from region to region and abroad, beginning June 3. Tourists can return starting June 3, as well