Category: Covid-19

Covid-19 in Puglia | 20 July Bulletin

This morning’s Quotidiano di Puglia – one of the region’s main newspapers – reports that Puglia is on alert following a spike in new coronavirus infections, all of whom are visitors recently arrived from abroad. In the last 24-hours seven new Covid-19 cases have been confirmed, bringing the total of new infections in our region […]

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Covid-19 in Puglia: 6 – 12 July

According to the most recently published index of Covid-19 infections, Puglia currently has one of the lowest infection rates in Italy. Puglia’s R0 for the period 6 – 12 July published on 17 July is 0.07.   Puglia’s favourite family-friendly beaches – find out more. Official Covid-19 guidance relating to beaches and restaurants from the […]

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Covid19 guidance for visitors to Puglia

The Regional Government are responsible for implementing and regulating Covid19 measures for the reopening of businesses. With regard to restaurants in Puglia the rules include: Access should be limited so that it is always possible to maintain the minimum interpersonal distance of one meter Customers’ temperature should be taken, anyone with a temperature above 37.5° […]

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Travelling to Italy – Covid19 information

The website of the Italian Health Ministry has a wealth of information (in English) on travelling to Italy. For a useful FAQ in English – see here. There is more general information from the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for foreigners in Italy here. Am I allowed to visit Italy? From June 3, people will […]

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Travelling to Italy post Covid-19 lockdown? What you need to know.

Italy’s daily R0 infection index – 15|21 June (8|14 June) One key measure for tracking the Covid-19 risk is the R0, or basic reproduction number, which indicates how many new cases one infected person generates. For an R0 of three we would expect each new case of a disease to produce three other infections. An […]

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