A Roman restaurant, Corsi Trattoria (Cor-sy Traetoria), has reopened after two months with new restrictions in place. The eatery has been a favourite for locals and tourists for the last 60 years and now attempts to adjust to the new normal. Hand gels welcome guests at the entrance, customers must sit far apart and cooks and waiters don gloves and masks. Customers will be able to see the menu on their mobile phones with new ordering systems in place. One of the first customers, who dined at the restaurant described it as an 'emotional' event. Across Italy, hairdressers, gyms and restaurants are now opening up, months after being closed. However, they must adjust to a new series of complicated rules as restrictions are slowly eased.