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Face masks - La Thuile

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
We are hoping to be skiing in La Thuile in a few weeks with young children. Regulations say we need FFP2 face masks for ski lifts (including children).

Does anyone know how strict they are on enforcing this or if snoods have been accepted in ski lines/lifts? Sounds fun getting masks on and off kiddies ......
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Last week the regs were that children 6 and up had to wear masks, probably not that tightly enforced for smaller children unless the Caribinieri were at the particular lift queue, as they sometimes were. It's surgical masks or above on open lifts (chairs/drags), though plenty just pulled up snoods, and FFP2 or above on enclosed lifts. By the end of the week (as Italian case numbers went up) probably the majority were wearing FFP2 masks even in chairlift queues.
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