On Sunday night, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced the nationwide lockdown that's been in place for nearly two months would be eased on May 4, as the country enters what he called "Phase Two."
As part of the loosened restrictions, people will be able to visit their relatives, small funerals can be held, manufacturing and construction can restart, and there will be a fixed price of 50 cents per individual mask to prevent price gouging and encourage mask-wearing.
Still, Conte said full freedom of movement was further away, and some restrictions would remain in place until a vaccine is found.