THE PREVENTION MEASURES IN FORCE ON AOSTA VALLEY misure **Testo**
Up April 30th, 2022
In which area is La Thuile located?
There are no longer hourly limits for displacements
Are the hotels open in La Thuile?
The accommodation facilities which guarantee the necessary security measures are open
The ski lifts are open in La Thuile and on Espace San Bernardo ski area?
The La Thuile ski resort is closed from 18th April 2022, date of end of winter season.
The chairlifts will be open from 25 June to 4th September!
I have a season ticket valid for the winter season 2019/20
Can I come on holiday to La Thuile?
If you need to enter Aosta Valley and you come from abroad , please ALWAYS consult the updates on the rules for entry, depending on your country of origin, on the websites of the Ministry of Health anf of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (you can also orient yourself with this informative questionnaire ).
Provided that no Covid-19 symptoms arise, anyone entering Italy from 1st May till 15th June 2022 must present the Covid-19 green certification (Covid Green Pass) which certifies that vaccination has been received, or certifies recovery from Covid-19 or a negative result in the rapid antigen test in the last 48 hours or in the molecular test in the last 72 hours (or other vaccination certification recognized as equivalent by the EMA).
Only in the event of failure to submit one of the above certifications, is the quarantine measure applied for a period of 5 days with the obligation to undergo molecular or antigenic tests at the end of the period.
For the purposes of entering the national territory, children under the age of six are exempted from carrying out the molecular or antigenic test.
Transfers to/from the Republic of San Marino and the Vatican City State are not subject to limitations or mandatory declarations.
For travels outside Italy, the limitations are established by the individual countries and may vary according to the epidemiological situation. Before traveling, check the websites of the governments of the country/ries of your destination.
- It is recommended to always use the mask indoors. It is always necessary to carry it with you and wear it outside in case of gatherings and crowds.
- There is an obligation to wear FFP2-type masks on all means of public transport including closed ski lifts (until June 15th, 2022).
- There is an obligation to wear FFP2-type masks for indoor shows in theatres, concert halls, cinemas, entertainment venues and live music events (and other similar venues) and for indoor or outdoor sporting events (up to June 15th, 2022).
- Children under 6 years of age, people with pathologies and disabilities incompatible with the use of the mask, those who practice sports are excluded from the obligation to wear a mask.
- It is recommended to wash hands frequently or to use a hand sanitizer.
- It is forbidden to go out in case of flu symptoms or fever (above 37.5 ° C) or if you live with people who have symptoms attributable to Covid-19.
Openings and permitted activities
In the Aosta Valley region the shops are open, in compliance with the protocols and safety measures in force, and from May 1st, 2022 the Covid Green Pass is NOT required, nor is the “basic” one nor the “enhanced” one, for the following activities:
- consumption of food and drinks in indoor and outdoor places
- outdoor and indoor sports activities
- accessing public offices and museums
- staying in hotels and accommodation facilities
- accessing local means of public transportation
The Covid Green Pass is required only for visitors to hospice and hospital wards.
Information is always available
In Aosta Valley health monitoring is continuous, there are constant, transparent updates on the evolution of the situation and the Regional Health Service is organized to manage any cases of contagion.
Swabs, serological tests and vaccinations: list of pharmacies
For medical information or to report symptoms of flu or respiratory problems, please call 112.
If you have any doubts about travelling to Italy, please contact the Border Police or the competent local health authorities.