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Italy winter 20 / 21

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Just got this through from HM Gov, i had the Italian notifications set up for a holiday back in September and forgot to turn it off

Winter sports
If you are planning a skiing holiday, contact the Italian State Tourist Board for advice on safety and weather conditions before you travel. Address: 1 Princes Street, London W1R 9AY. Telephone: 020 7355 1557 or 1439.

Regulations for the 2021/22 ski season include:

People aged 12 or over will need a “green pass” to access ski lifts
Third party liability insurance is a legal requirement and can be purchased locally with a ski pass
You must wear a helmet if you are under 18
Masks (surgical or FFP2) must be worn on ski lifts and when in common spaces
You must maintain social distancing on the slopes and avoid gatherings
Eating and drinking is not permitted on ski lifts or boarding areas
It is forbidden to climb a slope with snowshoes unless in a case of emergency
It is forbidden to ski under the influence of alcohol or drugs
Off-piste skiing is highly dangerous. You should follow all safety instructions meticulously given the dangers of avalanches in some areas and go with a qualified guide. You should check your insurance covers off piste activity. It is the law for skiers and snowboarders to carry tracking equipment, snow probe and shovel if they go off-piste,

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