(ANSA) – ROME, SEP 1 – Italian schools reopened Tuesday for
catch-up courses for students who didn’t make the grade in June,
in the first post-lockdown test ahead of full reopening on
Facemasks are not compulsory in the classroom, unless one-metre
distancing is not possible.
Temperatures will be taken at home.
The first official opening bell will be rung on September 14,
but not in all regions.
Alto Adige has set reopening for September 7, Puglia for
September 24, and Sardinia for September 22.
A deal has been reached between central and regional governments
on local public transport, which foresees a maximum capacity of
More seats will be installed and standing places will be
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