Piedmont suspends no Covid hospitalizations in all hospitals in the Region (excluding emergencies and oncology)

The Piedmont has suspended all hospitalizations no Covid in all hospitals in the Region (excluding emergencies and cancer hospitalizations)

Temporary suspension of hospitalizations no Covid, excluding emergencies and cancer hospitalizations. This is the provision that the Crisis Unit of the Region has given to all healthcare companies in Piedmont due to the worsening of the pandemic and the need for further measures to ensure sufficient beds available to Covid patients. All outpatient activities are also postponed, except for urgent ones.

Cancer screening is also excluded from the provision. The goal, in this way, is to go from 20% to 40% of the total beds dedicated to Covid.

Covid, Campania closes the waterfront, squares and municipal villas

Closed to the public from tomorrow until March 21, throughout the Campania, of promenades, squares, urban parks, municipal villas and public gardens; in the same period stop at fairs and markets, including local or weekly ones, also for foodstuffs.

This is foreseen by an ordinance that is about to be signed by the President of the Region Vincenzo De Luca. The population is recommended “to avoid gatherings and public and private employers to resort to the highest possible percentages of agile working methods”.

The closure of promenades, squares, municipal villas and urban parks is arranged throughout the day except for the 7.30-8.30 hours, obviously without prejudice to the possibility of access and outflow to open commercial establishments and private homes. “The competent subjects guarantee the closure of any doors and access passages”, the Region states. Shops located near or within market areas are excluded from the ban on holding fairs and markets, as long as they have independent toilets, limited to the sale of foodstuffs and other activities permitted on the regional territory by the Dpcm of 2 March 2021. .


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