(ANSA) – NAPLES, 15 DEC – No street parties on New Year’s Eve, no sale of take-away alcohol on key days and no consumption of food and drinks in public areas, excluding water. The governor of Campania, Vincenzo De Luca, had anticipated it and has now arranged it, in black and white, in the ordinance number 27 which will be published today.
Specifically, starting from 23 December 2021 and up to 1 January 2022: “for the whole day it is forbidden to consume food and beverages, alcoholic and non-alcoholic, with the exception of water, in public areas, including the spaces in front of the shops, the squares, the villas and the municipal parks. Consumption is allowed at the outdoor tables, in compliance with the distance provided “. “In public outdoor places it is forbidden to carry out events, parties or other manifestations that could give rise to phenomena of gathering or crowding – the ordinance reads – the obligation to wear personal protective equipment is confirmed, even at ‘open, in any non-isolated place (for example, urban centers, squares, promenades during crowded times and situations, queues, queues, markets, fairs, open-air public transport contexts) “.
And again, “on 23, 24, 25, 31 December 2021 and 1 January 2022: – from 11:00 to 05:00 the following day, bars and other catering establishments are prohibited from selling with take-away of drinks, alcoholic and non-alcoholic, with the exception of water “. De Luca recommends that the Municipalities adopt, if necessary, measures to temporarily close specific public areas where it is not possible to ensure distancing, and to intensify supervision and controls in the places of nightlife. (HANDLE).
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