Italy host carnival after decline in COVID-19 cases

In Italy, the Carnival in the city, which is known as Venice, has been held on Monday, February 14, 2022, and the majority of the individuals from the various parts of the Europe Union have reached in the celebration of Carnival.

Moreover, as per the information provided by the reports, an average total of 50,000 people have visited the city to participate in the celebrations of the Carnival of this year.

The celebrations in the Carnival has confronted the decrease and the delay because of the outburst of the viral infection, which the COVID-19 variant has caused since 2019.

Meanwhile, the nation has highlighted an incremental decrease in the number of viral infection cases caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the maximum number of admissions of the people getting admitted to the hospital facilities reduced since the previous week.

After observing the current situation, Italy’s officials have decided to launch the festival on February 14, 2022, for the only time since 2019.

However, the government of Italy has released most of the COVID-19 restrictions, such as wearing a mask in the outdoors and the access to people to various public areas, after noticing a reduction in the cases of the COVID-19 infection.

According to the official reports, on Saturday, February 12, 2022, only some of the individuals have been noticing who has made the customer of the Carnival. Their mood was not so enthusiastic, unlike as usual. The statement of the government authorities further states that they are expecting a change in the coming days as people would take time to get normal.



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