New Year’s Eve: from the dinner to the squares, what can be done and what not with the new rules

Green light for dinner at home (with common sense) or at the restaurant with Super green pass

No dance halls. No concert or countdown for the new year in the square, therefore. So what New Year will it be then? The measure does not prevent welcoming the new year at home in company, it entrusts common sense and prudence with the task of minimizing the risk of domestic outbreaks. Those who have had the vaccine or have recovered from Covid in the last six months and have the Super Green pass will be able to go to a restaurant for dinner. You will be able to receive guests in the house. Compared to what happened last year, when there was a limit of no more than two people and their children under 14, this year there was no limitation on the number of guests.

The ordinances in view of the last of the year

The goal is to ensure that the conditions are not created for a race of infections, which could affect the operation of the national health system. The close fielding by the Government was accompanied by that promoted by some mayors, on the basis of ad hoc ordinances. Some examples: a Bologna, to avoid spontaneous celebrations and gatherings, the mayor Matteo Lepore blocked access from the evening of 31st to the morning of January 1st to Piazza Maggiore.

TO Bari, Antonio Decaro has banned all fireworks. TO Sassari, at dinners organized by public establishments, catering activities, recreational clubs, dances are not allowed and the music will turn off at one in the morning. From cities to small towns. TO Palau, in Gallura, as stated on the website of the Municipality, until January 10 it is forbidden to organize or participate in private parties, lunches or dinners outdoors or indoors, “besides the members of the family unit and relatives in possession of green certification “.

CEI cancels the peace march on December 31st

The CEI (Italian Bishops’ Conference) canceled the traditional Peace March, scheduled for this year in Savona on December 31st. “The exponential increase in Covid-19 infections in recent days and the further urgent measures for the containment of the epidemic provided for by the decree-law of 24 December 2021 have led us to decide to cancel an event that normally attracts hundreds of people and that could have caused gatherings, ”the CEI explained in a note. In place of the March there will be, starting at 19.30, in the Cathedral of Savona a Vigil with testimonies and mass at 20.50, which will be broadcast live on Tv2000.


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