Of those active infections, 293 are in intensive care, down by 23 compared to Friday, and 5,062 are hospitalized with symptoms, down by 299, the Civil Protection Department said. The remaining 30,582, or about 85 percent, are isolated at home because they are asymptomatic or have very light symptoms.
The overall number of COVID-19 cases — combining active infections, fatalities, and recoveries — rose by 270 to 234,801 cases over the past 24 hours.
From June 3, people in Italy were allowed to move freely within the country. Travel restrictions were also eased the same day, so travelers from European Union and passport-free Schengen-area countries, as well as the United Kingdom, Andorra, and Monaco, can visit Italy without subjecting to quarantine.