Free movement across Italy to be allowed from Jun 3

Free movement across Italy to be allowed from Jun 3

Italy has announced it will allow free travel across the country from June 3. This comes as the country is recording a gradual dip in the number of new cases. The draft decree said all movement within separate regions would be allowed from May 18, with inter-regional travel bans due to be lifted on June 3. 31,610 Italians have died of COVID-19 since the outbreak came to light.

Timothy
Timothy
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RABBLE ROUSER 2 weeks

How benevolent of the Italian state to grant its citizens that which it should never have the power to withhold in the first place.

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