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Covid: cases increase, southern Sardinia in lockdown

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Mayor of Fluminimaggiore orders the red zone for 10 days

(ANSA) – CAGLIARI, 25 NOV – Covid cases increase in Fluminimaggiore, in Sulcis Iglesiente, and the mayor declares the red zone for 10 days. They close schools, churches, bars, restaurants, hairdressers, gyms and mandatory masks even outdoors.

“Unfortunately, due to the negative evolution of the Covid situation – announces the mayor Marco Corrias on Facebook – we have been forced to declare the municipality of Fluminimaggiore for ten days. I hope that what is happening is a warning to everyone. so that in the future the rules foreseen for the containment of the pandemic will be strictly observed. Obviously including the vaccine “.

The trade union ordinance provides for “the obligatory use of masks for the protection of the respiratory tract even outdoors, with immediate effect and until the decadence of the ordinance. Any movement into and out of the municipal area is prohibited except for journeys motivated by proven work needs or for health reasons with self-certification. Return to one’s home, home or residence is always allowed. Entry and exit is allowed for journeys that have been booked by plane or ship before of the entry into force of this ordinance. Only one member of the family unit is allowed, for no more than once a day, to travel for the interventions necessary for the protection of plants and farmyard animals, consisting of cultivation operations that the season requires, or to look after the animals raised “.

All civil and religious ceremonies are suspended. In the restaurants-pizzerias from 5 to 22 is allowed the sale with take-away of food and drinks. (HANDLE).

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