As Italy prepares to unveil its Phase Two plan, the post-lockdown period of “co-existing” with the coronavirus, the country is set to restart much of its production and industrial activities on 4 May, according to news agency.

This would be followed by allowing restaurants and cafes to operate a take-away service – in addition to home delivery – possibly from 18 May.
Government sources also told ANSA that people would be allowed to move around in their towns and cities of residence, as well as within their region, from 4 May, however, traveling between regions would remain prohibited.
Walks would be allowed but parks would remain closed; visiting relations and going to 2nd homes would be allowed too, underlining that the wearing of masks and social distancing measures would remain in place.