Italy Announced Reopening of Business on May 4, Schools in Sept

Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte

Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said Italy would begin reopening its manufacturing industry on May 4 to ease the blocking of COVID-19 and schools would reopen in September.

Conte told the Italian newspaper: “We are working on enabling the reopening of most of the companies from manufacturing to construction for May 4th.”

Coronavirus situation in Italy

The measures will be presented at the beginning of next week at the latest, said Conte

Italy was the first European country to be hit hard by COVID-19 and the first country to be banned in March. Italy’s path to reopening its economy is being closely watched worldwide as major outbreaks have occurred in other countries. Similar steps are being considered the following week.

Companies would have to implement strict health protection measures before opening their gates. According to Conte, some companies that are classified as “strategic”, including activities that are primarily export-oriented, could reopen next week if they get approval from local prefects, he added

Schools would reopen in September, but additional studies showed that the risk of infection was very high. Distance learning worked well, Conte said in a statement.

اٹلی کا 4 مئی سے کاروبار، ستمبر میں سکول دوبارہ کھولنا کا اعلان

وزیر اعظم جوسیپے کونٹے نے کہا ، اٹلی 4 مئی کو کورونا لاک ڈاؤن کو آسان بنانے کے منصوبوں کے طور پر اپنی مینوفیکچرنگ انڈسٹری کو دوبارہ کھولنا شروع کرے گا ، اور اسکول ستمبر میں دوبارہ کھل جائیں گے۔

کونٹے نے اطالوی اخبار کو بتایا کہ “ہم کام کر رہے ہیں تاکہ کاروبار کے ایک اچھے حصے کو دوبارہ تعمیر کرنے سے لے کر 4 مئی تک تعمیرات تک کی اجازت دی جاسکے۔”

کونٹے نے بتایا کہ یہ تازہ ترین اقدامات اگلے ہفتے کے آغاز تک پیش کیے جائیں گے

اٹلی پہلا یوروپی ملک تھا جو کورونا سے سخت متاثرہوا تھا ، اور مارچ میں لاک ڈاؤن لگانے والا پہلا ملک ، اٹلی کا اپنی معیشت کو دوبارہ کھولنے کے لیے اقدامات کر رہا ہے۔