The Italian prime minister said Covid rules will soon be lifted

A month after Italy’s prime minister said a timeline for easing Covid rules would be announced “soon,” regional leaders are now pushing to implement changes to the rules as soon as possible, according to Italian media reports. Prime Minister Mario Draghi initially announced that the government was working on a timeline for easing Covid rules on February 7, without going into detail. On February 19, he said there would be a “gradual” end to the country’s health pass requirement and

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