Last updated: Monday 22nd March 2021 at 17:49 CET
Key: Purple shows an improvement and orange a deterioration
Number of new coronavirus cases in Italy today: 13,846 - decrease of 1,401 from equivalent day last week (15th March - 15,247)
Number of people currently infected in Italy: 563,067 (decrease of 8,605 compared to previous day)
Total number of new cases in the last 7 days (16th - 22nd March): 151,848
Total number of new cases in previous 7 day period (9th - 15th March): 157,050
Weekly difference: decrease of 5,202 (-3%)
Colour-Coded Zones with rules for each Region in Italy
The colour-coded zones have been in effect since Monday 1st February. The rules include a nationwide ban on travel between regions and a nationwide curfew between the hours of 22:00 and 05:00, which has now been extended until Tuesday 6th April, the day after Easter.
As things stand today, Italy is split into four areas, colour-coded according to the prevalence of the virus in each region.
Changes: Monday 22nd March 2021
Molise moves from red to orange
Sardinia moves from white to orange
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