Games suspended until April, the 6th: Italy loses the second Easter


Games suspended until April, the 6th: Italy loses the second Easter

The new decree of Prime Minister Mario Draghi extends the suspension of gaming activities until April, the 6th.

The new decree of Prime Minister Mario Draghi extends the suspension of gaming activities until April, the 6th.

Gaming activities remain suspended until April, the 6th. This, in short, is the content of the new draft decree of the President of the Council of Ministers, this time signed by Mario Draghi, currently being issued.
In the draft that GiocoNews.it was able to preview, and which confirms what has already been anticipated, we read in fact that “the activities of arcades, betting rooms, bingo halls and casinos are suspended, even if carried out within premises used for different activity”. The same article also provides for the suspension of the “activities of theme and amusement parks. Children and teenagers are allowed access to places intended for playful, recreational and educational activities, including non-formal ones, indoors or outdoors, with the help of operators to entrust them in custody and with the obligation to adopt specific safety protocols, prepared in accordance with the guidelines of the Department for family policies referred to in Annex 8”.
The provisions come into force on March, the 6th, when the effectiveness of the rules contained in the old decree by Giuseppe Conte will expire.