Coronavirus, in Milan from today the bars can remain open after 18 – Italian Cuisine

Coronavirus, in Milan from today the bars can remain open after 18


The service, however, must be managed exclusively at the table, by the staff of the restaurant, and there must be no gatherings of customers in front of the counter

The bars in Milan, from today, can return to being open even after 18: the Region has established it which, on the institutional website, however specifies that the service must be managed exclusively at the table, by the staff of the restaurant, and that there must be no gatherings of customers in front of the counter. «The bars and / or pubs that provide the assisted administration of food and drinks are not subject to restrictions and therefore can remain open as provided for restaurants, provided that it is the limit of the maximum number of place settings has been respected expected by the year ".

The goal, explains the ordinance, is always to "limit the crowding situations of several people in one place" to contain the coronavirus in the regional areas classified as yellow (i.e. the whole regional territory with the exception of the red zone). Therefore, if «a limited number of people can enter restaurants, then «the same, therefore, also applies to i bar where there are quota seats and who serve at the table and not at the counter. "

Sunday evening, the Lombardy Region, with aordinance signed Sunday by the President of the Lombardy Region Attilio Fontana and by the Minister of Health Roberto Speranza, he had decided to close bars, pubs and discos from 18 to 6 in the morning. The document has not been "nor" modified or updated and remains fully in force ", but the administration" on the basis of the assessments of each specific situation can further detail the order in accordance with its objective ".

According to the Fipe study office, the Italian Federation of Public Exercises, Milan's premises could this week lose three million euros a day. A difficult situation for local people to live thanks to daily collection.

Lino Enrico Stoppani, president of Fipe, asks "the support of the Government for the protection of a fundamental sector for the Italian economy, brought to its knees throughout the national territory by this serious crisis situation and which so far has done its part with great sense of responsibility by following the instructions of the authorities. To date, the turnover of public businesses in some areas is dropped to peaks of 80% and according to our estimates, we risk losing € 2 billion in the first 4 months of the year. " If the situation does not change quickly, according to the federation they are over 20 thousand jobs at risk.

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