China News Service, March 8. According to Euronet, citing the European Union News Agency, Italian Prime Minister Draghi has said that the epidemic prevention rules will be gradually relaxed.

Since there is no indication that the Italian government's commitments are in the legislative process or implemented in stages, the Italian regional governments said they would push the central government to revise relevant epidemic prevention regulations as soon as possible.

  According to reports, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi announced early last month that the government is working on a timetable to relax epidemic prevention regulations on February 7.

Draghi also said on February 19 that the government will gradually end the health pass system and ease restrictions on the epidemic.

  According to the report, since there is no sign that the Italian government's commitments are in the legislative process or implemented in stages, the Italian regional governments said they would push the central government to revise relevant epidemic prevention regulations as soon as possible.

The regional governments have begun to jointly formulate a timetable for the lifting of epidemic prevention measures, and have pushed for the end of the green pass system on April 1, and the cancellation of the requirement to wear masks indoors before Easter.

  Fedriga, chairman of the Italian Regional Conference, said that first of all, a strict review of the current compliance with the green pass rules should be carried out, and the market epidemic prevention rules in the tourist season should be carefully evaluated, and efforts should be made to cancel the wearing of masks indoors during the Easter holiday.

  Italian Deputy Minister of Health Silleri said that he is in favor of gradually relaxing the restrictions on green passes until the green pass system is finally abolished.

In addition, the central government and the Ministry of Health will carefully evaluate the amendments to the epidemic prevention laws drafted by local governments, but the top priority should be to restore the normal passenger capacity of public places such as stadiums and cancel the requirement to wear masks indoors in mid-April.

  The Italian Ministry of Civil Protection reported 22,083 new confirmed cases of the new crown on the 7th local time, and 130 deaths.

As of 18:00 on the 7th, there have been 13,048,774 confirmed cases nationwide and 156,017 deaths.

(Boyuan)

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