Italians are allowed to travel all over the country from 3 June. As of Monday, they should be allowed to set off freely in their regions.
This is stated in plans by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte. This is expected to be decided on Friday.
At the beginning of this month, Conte started a very cautious relaxation of the strict corona measures that have dramatically limited the freedom of movement of the population.
Conte recently said reassuringly that the Italians do not have to spend their holidays on a balcony.
The lockdown was introduced March 10 because the coronavirus spread quickly, especially in the north.
Most shops and other businesses will reopen in the country on Monday. Museums, libraries and churches also open their doors under certain conditions.
At the beginning of this month, a lot of factories and construction companies were already able to work and the Italians were allowed to leave their home to visit family members or to exercise.