The Italian authorities decided to remove all restrictions on entry and exit from the country from June 3, reports “Interfax” with reference to the Italian edition. In addition, on 3 June in Italy will be allowed to move freely within the country. It is noted that a gradual exit from quarantine insisted the Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte. Thus he sought to prevent a second wave of coronavirus. The opening of borders is one of the most serious impairments of quarantine in the world.
Italian museums and galleries are already preparing to open to visitors in the near future. For example,Florence’s Uffizi gallery plans to install thermocamera at the entrance, and also purchase protection for employees.