Red zone, 5 things you can do

Red zone, 5 things you can do

What can be done in the red zone: from sports activities to religious services, up to visits to relatives and friends. The rules

Since March 15, many regions of Italy have moved into the red zone and others into the orange zone, leaving Sardinia the only white area in the country.

New restrictions, therefore, for all people living in the areas considered most at risk based on the evolution of the pandemic, rules that will currently remain in force until April 6, as established by the Draghi government, while on the holidays of April 3 , 4 and 5 April throughout the territory the restrictions of the red zones will apply.

The red regions are: Campania, Molise, Emilia Romagna, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Lazio, Lombardy, Marche, Piedmont, Puglia, Veneto and the Autonomous Province of Trento.

But what can be done in these areas?

Walking and sporting activity

In the red regions you can go out for a walk, even in a park, unless different local ordinances. However, it is necessary to respect the prohibition of gathering and the proximity to one's home. It is possible to carry out sporting activities, but in your own municipal area, close to home and always alone, keeping your distance from other people. You can leave your town of residence to play sports, if you practice activities such as cycling and running.

Religious functions

You can go to mass and attend religious services even in the red areas, subject to the rule that you must go to the place of worship closest to home.

Visits to relatives

In the red areas it is forbidden to move to private homes of other individuals, a rule that changes for the days linked to the Easter holidays: on April 3, 4 and 5 you can go to relatives and friends, but only two people can travel ( plus children under 14) and only once a day. Even in the red areas you can move to second homes, or return to your home. It should be noted, however, that for example the Aosta Valley has issued an ordinance prohibiting it.

Do the shopping

In the red areas you can go out to shop within your own municipality. You can move outside the municipal area for more advantageous economic conditions in other stores or to buy goods that you cannot find.


Takeaway from bars and restaurants is allowed, while on-site consumption is prohibited. Takeaway is allowed until 10pm for rooms with kitchens, 6pm for bars. Home deliveries have no time limits.

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