Italy Skiing Coronavirus - Worried

FacebookTwitter

Italy Skiing Coronavirus - Worried

Started by NIIIXSY in Italy - 82 Replies

Login
To Create or Answer a Topic
J2Ski

J2SkiNews
reply to 'Italy Skiing Coronavirus - Worried'
posted 30-Nov

Thanks very much. I saw last night there is a proposal from (I think?) regional leaders in the ski areas, to allow lifts to open to second home owners and those who book overnight stays in the ski areas, ruling out day trippers, as a way to limit numbers and allow centres to open. Not sure if that carries any weight with those making the big decisions though.
www  The Snow Hunter

SwingBeep
reply to 'Italy Skiing Coronavirus - Worried'
posted 30-Nov

You can find the national decrees and ordinances via the Ministry of Health's Coronavirus website http://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/homeNuovoCoronavirus.jsp?lingua=english scroll down to the bottom and click the link to " Legal and regulatory measures".

For the Autonomous Province of Bozen/Bolzano the ordinances are to be found on the Civil Protection website http://www.provincia.bz.it/sicurezza-protezione-civile/protezione-civile/coronavirus.asp

On Saturday Luigi Di Maio, the Italian foreign minister and the minister for transport Paola Di Micheli were interviewed in the Italian TV channel Rete 4 https://www.stol.it/artikel/politik/di-maio-nicht-skifahren-zu-duerfen-ist-kein-opfer they were adamant that there will be no skiing over Christmas.

Other reports in the Italian press state that the ski resorts are facing a 70% loss in turnover compared with last season, so they will obviously want to prevent any closures.

Elsewhere Alain Berset the Swiss minister for health said over the weekend that he wanted to severely restrict the operation of the Swiss ski resorts over Christmas and the Austrians are now softening their insistence on opening in December.

SwingBeep
reply to 'Italy Skiing Coronavirus - Worried'
posted 02-Dec

The regional government of the Aosta valley has approved an ordinance that will allow them to decide autonomously on the opening of the ski lifts, restaurants, bars etc. It has not yet come into force and according to the ANSA news agency, the Minister of Justice Alfonso Bonafede will ask the Council of Ministers to challenge it at a meeting to be held at 9 pm this evening.

Over in South Tyrol the regional government is looking into the possibility of opening the ski areas to residents. Arno Kompatscher the governor of South Tyrol said that "It will not be possible for tourists to visit South Tyrol during the Christmas period".

Topic last updated on 02-December-2020 at 21:24

Not a Member?

FREE Snow Reports by e-mail.

Save on Ski Hire

Save up to 50%

+5% for 4+ Ski Packs

+10% for 10+ Ski Packs

Discount Ski Hire

7th day Free on selected dates

Ski Hire Shops in St. Anton am Arlberg, Ischgl and Innsbruck.

SkiSet

Sponsored Links

Forum Listing Key

Unread Post
Hot Topic
Sticky (important)
Announcement

The views and opinions presented in the J2Ski Forums are solely those of their respective authors and do not represent those of J2Ski Ltd. Objectionable Content may be notified by sending a Private Message to Admin.

J2Ski logo J2Ski logo