last update: 14.6.2022 - 7 pm
As of June 1, 2022 no restrictions applied to enter Italy. This means, there is no need to be in posession of Green Pass.
As of May 1, 2022 an other step towards "normality" has been taken in our country. The us of an FFP2 mask is only required for a few selected activities/places:
At La Mugletta we feel that eventhough it is no longer mandatory to wear a mask, it might just be a gesture of respect and common sense to wear it, when getting too close for comfort to other people.
La Mugletta is located in an approximately 6,000 square meter park and, given that it has only 3 guestrooms, its very spacious Salotto and the large panoramic terrace offer plenty of space to ensure that prescribed and desired distances may be maintained at al moments. Our property has direct access to many walking and cycling trails and tracks - here social distancing is made really easy! It is also the perfect location for a family getaway since you may rent out also the entire structure and enjoy La Mugletta with all its charm and services just for you and your family.
While equally not mandatory anymore, La Mugletta still has several places where desinfectant gel is available and we recommend using it before handling items in the common areas.
Please remember however, that it might still be necessary to make reservations for visiting museums, exhibitions, etc.
Overall incidence rate in Italy is now around 250 detailed information and statistics about the current situation may be found here: https://lab24.ilsole24ore.com/coronavirus/#
Fines for not following these rules may vary from EUR 400 to EUR 1'000. You should also have either disposable gloves or a disinfectant handy. In all shops and markets there are requirements to prevent possible infection and here too “social distancing” and mask requirements apply, disinfecting gel is available at the entrance of basically all commercial activities.
The number of daily new infections is decreasing; testing is about 0,2 Mio registered tests per day; positive rate around 10%.
On the vaccination effort the country is on a good way, so far 232,86 doses per 100 inhabitants have been given, over 84,2% of the entire population has been fully inoculated, while over 85,7% of the population is at least partially protected (considering only the population over 12 years of age over 90,2% fully inoculated, over 91,5% at least partially protected). About 66,9% of the population has received the 3rd shot. The campaign for a 4th shot has started.
Detailed information and statistics about the Italian vaccination effort maybe found here: https://lab24.ilsole24ore.com/numeri-vaccini-italia-mondo/#
In general we can say that the people in our area observe the current rules and regulations quite well. In our general area there are several clinics, laboratories and also pharmacies where quick tests and PCR tests may be performed.
Here you will find current information in German language: