GRADO Safe holidays ☀️🌊
Discover the answers to the most frequently asked questions!
Through conscious behaviour and targeted actions, we are moving towards an increasingly normal everyday life. We are starting to experience the freedom to travel, to swim in the sea, to admire nature and to taste the delicacies of the sunny island.
Currently in Italy, travel between regions or autonomous provinces that are in yellow or white zones is permitted. FVG is a white zone; this means that there is no longer a 11 p.m. curfew; food service can also be provided inside; there is no longer a limit of 4 people per table outside; drinks can be served inside at the bar; swimming pools, fairs and other activities are reopened.
Masks are still compulsory where distances cannot be maintained; green passes are compulsory for ceremonies and it is forbidden to serve oneself at the buffet.
The Prime Ministerial Decree of 2 March 2021 sets out the lists of countries - reclassified by the Order of 2 April 2021 - for which different restrictions on entry to the national territory are in force, as specified on the Ministry of Health website.
There are specific measures for Brazil, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
The provisions on travel from abroad are in force from 16 May to 30 July 2021.
Also in Grado, all the necessary measures have been taken to safeguard guests and their families so that they can enjoy a safe holiday, and all the companies have adopted extraordinary sanitation, cleaning and hygiene measures to guarantee maximum safety in full compliance with the directives of the health authorities.
If you are feeling flu symptoms, Friuli Venezia Giulia's health system is ready to face and manage the situation: in addition to the 112 emergency number, you can also contact the toll-free number of the regional Civil Protection 800 909060, with staff trained also in English, for clarifications and explanations on the behavioural indications provided by the ministerial order. In case of symptoms or doubts, contact health personnel by phone before going to the emergency room. Or contact the national number 1500 to ask for guidance on the procedures to follow.
Here some specific measures for those coming from abroad.
Here is a list of private companies where you can take swabs.
Here you can find a list of measures regulating public life