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November 9, 2020

Tuscany goes from yellow zone to orange zone

What are the additional restrictions that will be in force from Wednesday 11 November

According to the news anticipated by Marco Marsilio, President of the Abruzzo region from Wednesday Tuscany will be orange zone. The data force to new limitations, although less rigid than the red zones, in 5 regions: Tuscany, Abruzzo, Umbria, Basilicata, Liguria.

Therefore, the most restrictive restrictions will be in force for 15 days, and then evaluate the situation again and on the basis of this decide the possible new positioning between yellow, orange or red.

in the orange areas remain closed h24 bars, restaurants and pastry shops

Here are the new restrictions:

  • Restrictions on travel: at any time of the day or night, it is forbidden to leave your municipality and your region, except for work, study, health and necessity, obviously to be indicated on the self-certification form.


  • Bars, restaurants and pastry shops are closed 24 hours a day, excluding catering and canteens. Granted the service of take-away (only until 22 and with no consumption on site or nearby) and home delivery.

All stores, hairdressers and barbers remain open, as do supermarkets (and with them all grocery stores, except bars, restaurants and pastry stores), pharmacies and parapharmacies.

New restrictions in addition to those in force for yellow areas:

  • Restriction of the movement of persons from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., hourly interval within which it will be necessary to prove the movement, for reasons of work, necessity or health, through self-certification;

  • closure of exhibitions and museums;

  • 100% distance teaching for secondary schools, with the exception of laboratory activities to be carried out in attendance;

  • Presence activities for kindergartens (kindergartens), primary and secondary schools (middle schools), where, however, the mandatory use of masks remains, with the exception of children under 6 years of age;

  • closure of shopping malls on both public holidays and pre-festive days
    filling limited to 50 percent of the capacity on public transport of local and regional rail transport;

  • suspension of the pre-selection and written tests of the competitions (public and private, including procedures for qualification to practice the professions), excluding cases in which the assessment of candidates must be carried out, exclusively, on a curriculum basis or in telematic mode;

  • closure of the gaming and betting corners at bars and tobacconists;

  • allowed only events and competitions recognized as being of national interest by order of CONI and CIP, inside sports facilities used behind closed doors or outdoors without the presence of the public;

  • confirmed the recommendation, already contained in previous measures, not to move, by public or private transport, except for work, study or health reasons.

  • closing gyms, swimming pools, theaters and cinemas;

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