The measures imposed by the Government of Italy stop the coronavirus

Italy, one of the countries hardest hit by the coronavirus in Europe, it has managed to significantly reduce the number of contagion Y deceased thanks to the imposed measures. In this way, the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic in Italy is currently experiencing a “deceleration”Which still needs to be reinforced.

The president of the Superior Council of Health, Franco LocatelliHe explained in a press conference that yesterday for the fourth consecutive day there was a reduction in intensive care admissions and also a contraction in the virus transmission rate.

The ‘red’ regions are practically confined, although not as harsh as last spring.

Locatelli announced at the press conference that “this indicates that the strategy carried out works and there is a slowdown that obviously must still be confirmed”. Despite the first shoots greens, Italy has decided not to lower its guard and maintain the measures established so far.

This slowdown in the advance of the pandemic, however, does not mean that the curve is reducing, warned the president of the Higher Institute of Health, for his part. Silvio Brusaferro, totally cautious and willing to continue monitoring the evolution of the coronavirus.

National curfew until December 3

The Government of Italy decided to decree, among several measures to stop the advance of the coronavirus, the national curfew between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., which will be in force until December 3.

The objective of the national Executive is none other than to stop the pandemic throughout the country in the month of December to save the Christmas.