A travel advisory for Italy has urged residents to “recover from winter” and take “every precaution” as it looks to recover from the pandemic.
The advisory, issued by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture (LTA) and issued on Sunday, said: “Winter is a time of recovery and recovery is good.
You can rest easier in the knowledge that there is no danger of pandemic.”
It urged Italians to “remain calm and avoid taking unnecessary risks”, and urged people to follow the advice of the local authorities in their own communities.
“Take all necessary precautions, especially if you’re travelling or taking public transport,” it said.
“When you’re outdoors, keep your eyes peeled for people who might be sick, especially in crowded areas.”LTA said that the city of Pisa had seen a significant increase in the number of people visiting hospitals due to the flu and the spread of the virus.
“There is a risk that people who have travelled to Pisa or Rome in the past year will also travel to the region,” the LTA said.
In an update on Monday, the LTB said:”The risk of the spread or the spread in the regions remains high.
It is therefore recommended that you follow the following advice: take every precaution; stay away from crowded areas; wear a mask when outdoors; and avoid contact with the air if you are travelling.”
The LTB also said that “people who have not travelled to the regions since January, or who have been away for less than three months, should also take precautions”.
“If you need urgent medical attention or advice, call a hospital or doctor.”
In the UK, the NHS will continue to provide free healthcare services to the British public until the end of October.
The UK Department of Health said on Monday that it had received “many messages” on social media urging people to “stay home” on Friday and “be vigilant” as the pandemics began to fade.
“The Government is working to ensure the health of all our people during this time,” a spokesman said.
“We are monitoring the situation and are making every effort to keep people safe and to minimise disruption.”
The BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire, in London, said she was surprised to see people on social networks urging people not to go out, saying “it seems like everyone wants to go to a nightclub”.
She said: We have seen a number of things in the media about people being in fear of getting infected.
They’re talking about people going to a dance party, people taking selfies with their kids, people texting their friends and that kind of thing.
It’s a little bit of a strange thing to hear that from people who haven’t been to the UK for two weeks.
But if you’ve travelled to Italy or other parts of the EU you’ve got the flu, then you’ve probably been to a hospital, you’ve seen people with flu and you’ve definitely had a flu shot.
So it’s just the nature of the disease and if you get flu and are symptomatic you need to take it and it should be taken in a day or two, not weeks.
“People who have had the flu have been advised to go home and rest for a few days, but there’s no reason not to get vaccinated if you haven’t travelled to other parts or if you have travelled in the last week.”
We are aware of people wanting to stay home in the UK but it’s not compulsory and they should have the right to do that, she added.
The BBC has reported that many of the people who were in the US on Monday said they had been asked to “go home” after their flu shot came back positive.
The US government said on Sunday that it was working with the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and health officials to ensure that people in the affected regions are protected against the pandestral spread of flu.
The CDC said that a US outbreak of the flu was being treated as a public health emergency.
The CDC has issued an emergency travel warning to people who are travelling to the affected areas and warned against “risky behaviours” that could lead to spreading the disease.”
If that’s true, we would encourage people to stay at home until further notice.”
The CDC has issued an emergency travel warning to people who are travelling to the affected areas and warned against “risky behaviours” that could lead to spreading the disease.
The WHO said on Friday that the flu is expected to spread around the world by mid-November and the UK and US will see “increased numbers” of infections as people try to stay warm.
The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) said on Thursday that it has been working with WHO to prepare for the spread and transmission of the influenza virus in Europe.EU member states are also to begin taking the precautionary measures outlined in the guidelines.
European Health Commissioner Fabian He