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COVID-19 Emergency: Extension of Lockdown Measures until 13 April 2020 

 



On 1 April the Prime Minister adopted a new decree (the “1 April Decree”) to extend the lockdown measures previously introduced through the decrees issues on 8 March, 9 March, 11 March and 22 March 2020. These decrees have progressively introduced lockdown measures, first limited to the Lombardy region and 14 provinces on 8 March, then extended to the entire country on 9 March, further strengthened on 11 March and, most recently, on 22 March when production activities were temporarily closed, with some limited exceptions. The 1 April Decree extends the lockdown measures from 3 April until 13 April 2020. Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Cappelli & Partners has set up an in-house Task Force to constantly monitor the evolution of legislation in the regions affected by the Coronavirus and is at your entire disposal to support you in defining, drafting and implementing the most advisable strategies to limit the impact of the spread of the Coronavirus on the operations of your business and the management of your existing commercial relations. For our previous newsletters on this subject, please click here. For any questions, please send a mail to [email protected] COVID


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On 1 April the Prime Minister adopted a new decree (the “1 April Decree”) to extend the lockdown measures previously introduced through the decrees issues on 8 March, 9 March, 11 March and 22 March 2020. These decrees have progressively introduced lockdown measures, first limited to the Lombardy region and 14 provinces on 8 March, then extended to the entire country on 9 March, further strengthened on 11 March and, most recently, on 22 March when production activities were temporarily closed, with some limited exceptions.
The 1 April Decree extends the lockdown measures from 3 April until 13 April 2020.

Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Cappelli & Partners has set up an in-house Task Force to constantly monitor the evolution of legislation in the regions affected by the Coronavirus and is at your entire disposal to support you in defining, drafting and implementing the most advisable strategies to limit the impact of the spread of the Coronavirus on the operations of your business and the management of your existing commercial relations. For our previous newsletters on this subject, please click here.

For any questions, please send a mail to [email protected]
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