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FVG is a white zone; this means that there is no longer a 11 p.m. curfew; food and beverage service can also be provided indoors; there is no longer a limit of 4 people per table; drinks can be served at the bar; swimming pools, fairs and other activities are reopened.
With effect from 28 June 2021, the requirement to wear respiratory protection equipment in open-air areas will no longer apply in "white zones", except in situations where interpersonal distance cannot be guaranteed or where there are crowds of people. Masks are still compulsory in enclosed spaces; green passes are compulsory for ceremonies and it is forbidden to serve oneself at the buffet.
- There are no restrictions on the categories of goods that can be sold. On holidays and public holidays, shops in shopping centres and markets are open. However, retail activities are carried out under the condition that, in addition to the interpersonal distance of at least one metre, it is ensured that entrances take place in a deferred manner and that people are not allowed to stay on the premises longer than necessary to purchase goods. In addition, shops that are open must adhere to appropriate protocols or guidelines to prevent or reduce the risk of infection in the relevant sector or similar areas. These measures include maintaining interpersonal distance in all activities, environmental cleanliness and hygiene at least twice a day and depending on the opening hours, and ensuring adequate natural ventilation and air exchange. It is also compulsory to enforce other anti-contamination measures, such as one entry at a time in neighbourhood shops (up to 40 square metres), plus a maximum of two operators, and regulated and staggered access, in proportion to the relevant area open to the public, in medium and large sales facilities, differentiating, where possible, entry and exit routes.To this end, it is compulsory to display a sign indicating the maximum number of people who may be present inside the space at the same time. Finally, the compulsory use of masks and gloves for workers and the use of hand sanitising gel and disposable gloves, particularly in food and drink shops, is required, to be made available near the cash register and payment systems, as well as, where possible, identifying different routes for entry and exit. For more information on open shops in Grado, click HERE.
- Bars and restaurants are open; both outdoor and indoor service is permitted. Home delivery is permitted without restriction, but must comply with packaging and product delivery regulations. The consumption of food and beverages in hotels and other accommodation is also allowed without restrictions, but in compliance with the guidelines and protocols of the sector, and only for customers staying there. For more information on open bars and restaurants in Grado, click HERE.
- Public transport in FVG runs at 50% load capacity.
- Museums, theatres, cinemas and exhibitions: the service of opening to the public of museums and other institutes and places of culture is guaranteed, from Monday to Friday, with a quota system in compliance with the anti-Covid measures. On Saturdays and public holidays the service is guaranteed on condition that the entrance has been booked online or by telephone at least one day in advance, again using a quota system in compliance with anti-Covid measures. Exhibitions are also open to the public under the same conditions. From 26 April 2021, it is again possible in this zone to hold performances open to the public in theatres, concert halls, cinemas, live clubs (live music venues, in which dancing is not permitted in any case) and in other premises or spaces, including outdoors. Performances in the presence of an audience must only take place with pre-assigned seats and on condition that the distance between people of at least one metre is respected both for spectators who are not usually cohabitants and for the staff. Moreover, the permitted capacity may not exceed 50% of the maximum authorised capacity and the maximum number of spectators may not, in any case, exceed 1,000 for open-air performances and 500 for indoor performances, for each individual hall.
- Open-air swimming pools and outdoor swimming centres are open from 15 May 2021.
- Thermal spas: The activity of thermal spas designed as health centres, limited to the provision of services included in the essential levels of care and for rehabilitation and therapeutic activities, is always allowed. From 1 July 2021, the opening to the public of thermal spas will also be allowed in this area, subject to compliance with sector protocols and guidelines.
- Fitness centres and indoor swimming pools open on 1st June 2021.