Covid-19 in Puglia | 14 September Bulletin

Bulletin contains | links to the official information in English on quarantine requirements for visitors travelling to Italy | an update on local ordinances applying to Polignano a Mare as the municipality introduce mandatory mask wearing and a night curfew.

 

Arriving from the UK

Visitors to Italy and the Vatican City from the UK who travelled outside the UK (to a specified list of high-risk countries) in the 14 days prior to arriving must self-isolate for 14 days and complete an online declaration form.

Arriving from other countries

The applicable current information from the Italian Government’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs - in English - for foreign nationals visiting Italy can be found here.

Polignano’s old town viewed from the spiaggia Domenico Modugno

 

Polignano a Mare introduces mandatory mask wearing and a night curfew

As a result of a cluster of 119 coronavirus cases traced to the fruit and vegetable supermarket 'Sop' in Polignano a Mare (with another 11 suspected cases registered) Polignano’s mayor Domenico Vitto has signed an 'ordinance that now obliges citizens to always wear a mask throughout the municipal area’.

The local ordinance also requires that all shops close no later than half past midnight and will not be able to reopen before 5 am.

Source| La RepubblicaLa Repubblica13 September 2020.

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