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"The control and filtering operation for returns from abroad is proceeding well. Controls have also begun in Capodichino. This work will continue intensively throughout the month of August". So the president of the Campania Region, Vincenzo De Luca, on Facebook. "In the Northern regions, the greatest number of returns will take place by the end of the month: numbers of infections in hand, if we have worrying data, we will ask the government to restore the limitation of interregional mobility. And we will do it with great determination" he adds.
In Italy, infections are on the rise, but not to the point of considering the hypothesis of implementing a new block on mobility between regions to avert another wave of coronavirus. And from the Rimini Meeting comes the reply from the president of the conference, and governor of Emilia Romagna, Stefano Bonaccini.
Bonaccini, no to the blocking of movements between Regions
"At this moment it seems to me not. After that we always follow the evolution of the virus and then we discuss between Regions and the Government. We must always keep the situation monitored because those who speak the next day I they have always been quite sorry. " Thus, on the sidelines of the Rimini Meeting, the president of Emilia-Romagna, Stefano Bonaccini replied to those who asked him if there is a risk of blocking movements between regions as feared yesterday by the president of Campania.
In view of the reopening of the schools, scheduled for 14 September, he said that "on the spaces I would say that we are doing fairly well. I believe that most schools, with the fact of the meter mouth to mouth, will be able to start again exactly where they left off. . Where it is not possible we go with the municipalities to look for - together with the regional school office - alternative structures to allow people to return. The situation is all in all good ".
Zaia: "Full of infections? Let's finish it, the situation under control in Veneto"
'We have made 1.4 million tampons, we are the leaders of tampons worldwide. If you do the swabs you find the infections. In Veneto the situation is under control. At the moment there are 6 people in intensive care throughout the Veneto, 118 hospitalized. The idea of the lazaret cannot be given of Veneto. We are still ready to use heavy artillery. But let's end it by saying that we are full of infections. Yesterday we had 35 guys who returned positive from Croatia. 93% of our positives have no symptoms, another aspect that is never stressed. '' This was stated by the president of the Veneto Region Luca Zaia, guest of the Rimini Meeting at the debate '50 years of Regions - The architecture of Italy under test '