Italy bids farewell to COVID-19 state of emergency

Baku, April 1, AZERTAC

For the first time since January 31, 2020, Italy is no longer in a COVID-19 state of emergency as of Friday, as the nation moves forward with phasing out the measures linked to the pandemic and returning to normality, according to ANSA.

With the state of emergency expiring on Thursday, the CTS panel of experts advising the government on its coronavirus measures and the office of COVID-19 Extraordinary Commissioner Francesco Figliuolo ceased to be operative.

They have been replaced by a special health ministry unit tasked with completing the COVID vaccination campaign and adopting other measures regarding the pandemic, which will be active until the end of the year.

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