Info Coronavirus: what you need to know for your holiday in Bormio

Know before you go. Bormio is open and visitors are welcome! Enjoy your holiday on the 110 km of pistes, relax in one of our excellent thermal spas and stroll in the placid valleys of the Stelvio National Park. Let's all respect few simple rules.

Bormio is open and visitors are welcome!

Health and safety remain top of mind in the resort. Be sure to review how the resort is upholding the highest of standards in health and safety for all. Here are the most frequently asked questions and COVID-19 information and resources for travellers.

The following measures could be subject to change according to new regional or governmental provisions.

From April 1st to April 30th:

The Green Pass (Covid proof of vaccination) WILL NOT BE necessary for:
- Local public transportation (metros, buses or trams)
- Eating or drinking outside bars and restaurants
- Accomodation facilities (hotels, apartments, etc.). People staying in a facility will be allowed to eat in its restaurant without a green pass.
- Outdoor sports activities and for the access to the ski area (skilifts, gondolas, cableways and cablecars)
- Shops, commercial activities, public offices, post offices, banks and museums

A negative swab WILL BE necessary for:
- Long distance transportation: planes, boats, high speed and intercity trains, long distances and private buses.
- Outdoor events and sport competitions
- Indoor food service in bars, restaurants etc.

A Green Pass (proof of vaccination or recovery from Covid 19) WILL BE necessary for:
- Swimming pools, gyms, team sports, spas (even accommodation facilities spas), public locker rooms and showers
- Conferences and congresses, cultural and recreation centers (except for recreation centers for kids)
- Gaming and betting rooms, bingos and casinos
- Dancehall and disco activities, public shows, indoor events and sport competitions
- Hospital and Rsa visits (until the 31st of December)

FAQ

I intend to travel to Italy, what are the procedures?

If you enter Italy from any of the countries included in LIST C you must:
- Green Covid-19 certification of vaccination or recovery
- fill in the passenger locator form.
If you are unable to present a green Covid-19 certification of vaccination or recovery you must undergo self-isolation for a period of 5 days and then mandatorily take a (molecular or antigen) swab test.

If you enter Italy from any of the countries included in LIST D you must:
- present a negative swab test, either molecular, if taken within 72 hours prior to entry into Italy, or antigen, if taken within 24 hours prior to entry into Italy. The time limit for the molecular test is reduced to 48 hours for persons travelling from the United Kingdom.
- Green Covid-19 certification of vaccination or recovery
- fill in the passenger locator form.
Whoever is unable to present a green Covid-19 certification of vaccination or recovery will nevertheless be required to present a negative swab test, as stated above, undergo self-isolation for a period of 5 days, under medical supervision, and then mandatorily repeat the (molecular or antigen) swab test.

ENTRY OF MINORS
Children aged 0 to 5 travelling to Italy:
- are exempt from the presentation of the molecular or antigenic swab test
- are always exempt from isolation if they travel with a parent who is also exempt from isolation because in possession of a vaccination certificate (or a certificate of recovery, if recognized by the applicable legislation based on the travel history of the previous 14 days)

Children aged 6 to 17 travelling to Italy:
- are required to carry out the antigenic or molecular swab before departure, based on the requirements provided for those coming from the countries of Lists C, D and E
- are exempt from isolation if accompanied by a parent with a proof of vaccination or recovery certification (if this is required by the applicable legislation based on the travel history in the previous 14 days). However, where required by law, they must undergo molecular or antigenic testing. In the absence of tests, even if the parent has adequate certification, the minor is still required to be isolated

For additional info visit: www.esteri.it

Where and when do I have to show proof of vaccination (Green Pass)?

The Green Pass (Covid proof of vaccination) WILL NOT BE necessary for:
- Local public transportation (metros, buses or trams)
- Eating or drinking outside bars and restaurants
- Accomodation facilities (hotels, apartments, etc.). People staying in a facility will be allowed to eat in its restaurant without a green pass.
- Outdoor sports activities and on the ski area (gondola, skilift, cablecar and cableway)
- Shops, commercial activities, public offices, post offices, banks and museums

A basic Green Pass (proof of vaccination, recovery from Covid 19 or negative swab) WILL BE necessary for:
- Long distance transportation: planes, boats, high speed and intercity trains, long distances and private buses.
- Outdoor events and sport competitions
- Indoor food service in bars, restaurants etc.

The Super Green Pass (proof of vaccination or recovery from Covid 19) WILL BE necessary for:
- Swimming pools, gyms, team sports, spas (even accommodation facilities spas), public locker rooms and showers
- Conferences and congresses, cultural and recreation centers (except for recreation centers for kids)
- Gaming and betting rooms, bingos and casinos
- Dancehall and disco activities, public shows, indoor events and sport competitions
- Hospital and Rsa visits (until the 31st of December)

Where can I get tested for Covid-19?

PRC and Rapid Antigen Tests
- ASL BORMIO (both PRC and rapid antigen test) - book at least 48 hours before (tamponi.solventi@asst-val.it / Tel. 0342 555730) Learn more about ASL BORMIO Covid-19 testing services by contacting 0342 909139 from Moday to Friday al venerdì from 8.15 am to 12.15 pm.
- BORMIO TERME - Via Stelvio 14, Bormio - Book via telephone +390342 901325. Reservation necessary.
- FARMACIA ZACCHI - Piazza Frodaglio 3, S. Nicolò Valfurva - Book via telephone +390342 945789. Reservation necessary.
- FARMACIA COMPAGNONI - Via Nazionale 75/A, Cepina Valdisotto - Book via telephone +390342 950212 Reservation necessary.

When and where do I need to wear a mask?

From the 31st of March the Covid-19 state of emergency and the regional subdivision by colour will cease.

It is still mandatory to utilize the FFP2 mask in the following cases:
- Public transport (planes, trains, buses, metros, ecc.)
- Ski areas (cablecar, cableway, closed chairlifts)
- Cinemas, theatres, concert halls, stadiums, sports halls, discos

It is mandatory to wear the surgical mask in any other indoor site (markets, schools, shops etc)

Are there any restrictions for the ski area?

Here are a few simple measures for safe skiing in white or yellow zone:
- Proof of vaccination compulsory to access the closed lifts (cable cars and chairlifts with bubble)
- Proof of vaccination is not compulsory for children under 12 years
- Social distancing
- Mandatory to wear FFP2 mask during thorughout your gondola ride (from 6 years of age)
- Capacity reduced to 80% for closed lifts (no restrictions on open lifts)

It is recommended that you have a paper version of the green certificate with you as mobile phones may run down due to low temperatures.

Where can I buy the skipass?

To avoid queues and gatherings, buy your ski pass online and collect it at the ticket offices near the slopes without lining up!
You will need to follow 3 simple steps:
1. buy your ski pass online
2. without standing in the line, take one of the free keycards available at the ticket offices
3. activate the keycard manually by following the instructions received by email

For the Bormio ski area, click here.
For the Santa Caterina Valfurva ski area, click here.
For the Cima Piazzi San Colombano ski area, click here.

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