Interior min tells prefects to clamp down on gatherings

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 16 – The Interior ministry on Tuesday told
Italy’s city prefects to clamp down on social gatherings amid
the third wave of the coronavirus.
    Police controls against the spread of COVID-19 must be done “thoroughly”, the ministry said in a circular to the local
officials.
    Among the measures called for are targeted checks on extra-urban
roads during the Easter period, when traffic is likely to mount.
    Close attention must also be paid to gatherings at rail stations
and airports. (ANSA).
   

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