In Italy from 3 June will be allowed to travel between the regions. Also, will the ban on the entry and exit to the countries of the European Union, the Schengen area, including Switzerland and Monaco. This decision was taken by the government, said the publication La Repubblica reports.
For those who cross the border will no longer be mandatory quarantine for 14 days.
From 18 may there will no longer be restrictions on movement within the same region.
To renew the restrictive measures of the authorities of the regions in case of new outbreaks of coronavirus infection.
Restrictions can remain in force for arriving from countries or regions where there is a high risk of infection with coronavirus.
All European external border will be closed at least until June 15. In the middle of next month, the European Commission will decide whether to renew or to cancel the blocking of borders.
From March 10 in Italy, operated a strict quarantine measures in the outbreak of coronavirus infection. Authorities have closed educational institutions, prohibited mass meetings and urged citizens not to go outside. In the cities worked only grocery stores, pharmacies, gas stations, newsagents and tobacconist.
Residents were allowed to visit only the shops that are near their homes, and only in the municipality in which the person is registered.
After this, the authorities have already twice canceled some limitations.