Val d'Ega

Current  safety measures 

Current safety measures in South Tyrol

Your safe travel to South Tyrol

Our ski areas are preparing everything to enable you to enjoy a carefree winter holiday. With the necessary safety measures in place, nothing stands in the way of winter enjoyment in Val d'Ega, we look forward to welcoming you back to our slopes soon.  

Here you will find the applicable safety regulations:   

Current safety measures in South Tyrol

How can YOU help?

  • Frequently washing and disinfecting your hands is an excellent protective measure!
  • Keep a safe distance to others in both open and closed spaces.
  • In enclosed spaces, everyone aged six years or older must wear a surgical mask at all times. There is also a mandate to wear a face covering outdoors if you cannot maintain a safe distance of 1 metre to others at all times (e.g., during events, in town centres, on squares, at markets, in queues etc).
  • FFP2 masks must be worn on public transport, skibusses and lift facilities.
  • The retail shop is open all week. Wearing a surgical mask while shopping is compulsory for persons 6 years and older. 
  • Bars and restaurants are open. The Super Green Pass (vaccinated or recovered) is required for indoor and outdoor consumption.
  • Mouth-nose protection is required when entering a restaurant - you may remove it at the table.

Persons from EU or Schengen countries (C list) who have been vaccinated or have recovered from Covid-19 must comply with the following rules:

  • Burden of proof: a certificate proving that the person has received a full course of Covid-19 vaccinations with a vaccine recognised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) issued no longer than 9 months ago or proof of having recovered from a Covid-19 infection within the past 6 months.
  • Testing requirement: proof of a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours or a negative antigen test no older than 24 hours.
  • Registration requirement: all arrivals must complete the digital passenger locator form (dPLF) before entering Italy.

 

 

Persons from EU or Schengen countries (C list) who have not been vaccinated must comply with the following rules:

  • Testing requirement: proof of a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours or a negative antigen test no older than 24 hours.
  • Registration requirement: all arrivals must complete the digital passenger locator form (dPLF) before entering Italy. The authorities are currently discussing whether unvaccinated arrivals ought to report to the medical service, too.
  • Mandatory self-isolation: quarantine for a period of five days.
  • Additional Covid-19 test: Another swab test (molecular or antigen test) after the five-day quarantine.

 

The following rules apply to minors who are entering Italy from an EU or Schengen country and who have not been vaccinated nor recovered from Covid-19:

  • minors up to the age of 17 (i.e., those not yet 18 years old) who are travelling with a parent or legal guardian who is exempt from the quarantine requirement due to being vaccinated or having recovered from Covid-19 (proof required) are also exempt from the quarantine requirement.
  • children of 6 or older require proof of a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours or a negative antigen test no older than 24 hours to enter Italy.
  • Children under 6 years of age are exempt from testing.

 

If you feel ill, please stay in your room, do not go hiking, do not visit any gastronomic establishment, do not participate in any event and do not go to the doctor or hospital under any circumstances, but inform your host and call +39 1500 to clarify the further procedure.