No parties, curfews on restaurants: Italy tightens virus measures

The Italian government on Tuesday tightened measures to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, with bans on private parties and a curfew for bars and restaurants.Eating and drinking establishments will have to close at midnight, and people will no longer be allowed to huddle outside their premises as of 9 pm.Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte signed a decree containing the new measures overnight, and the 20-page document was published hours later.It limits attendance numbers at ceremonies like weddings, baptisms and funerals to 30 and recommended mask-wearing even at home when friends or rela…

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