- Big Italian lotteries to resume draws from May 4
- Some gaming machines allowed from mid-May
- Dedicated retail gambling still awaiting return date
Italy is set to restart its lotteries one week from today, as the country inches towards the other side of its costly coronavirus lockdown.
Italy’s Lotto and SuperEnalotto draws, the two main national lotteries, have been shuttered since March 21, but are now scheduled to reopen on May 4.
Some smaller lotteries will even begin running automated draws, with 10 & Lotto, Millionday, Winforlife and Winforlife Vincicasa, scheduled to restart operations on Monday.
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