last update: 26.11.2020 - 9pm
It is important for us to ensure that you receive proper information on how La Mugletta has prepared to handle the special situation due to the CoronaVirus.
Based on federal and regional recommendations and dispositions, La Mugletta has adapted its procedures and processes in regard to prevention, desinfection and information. We have produced a short document containing the main recommendations for our guests - please see the below pdf file. If you wish to receive the file in a language other than English, please let us know.
La Mugletta is located in an approximately 6,000 square meter park and, given that it has only 3 guestroons, 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. At the entrance to the building, in the hallway to the guest rooms and in the salotto disinfectant gel is available and proper usage is encouraged. In each room the guest will find disinfectant gel for use during the stay at La Mugletta, washable organic cotton nose-mouth masks are available upon request as are one way gloves.
While La Mugletta's staff's face is partially covered by a nose-mouth mask, we continue to greet and treat our guests with our genuine friendliness and smile!
As of November 6th, 2020 a new Federal decret has come into force. One of the major changes in the decret is that Italy has adopted a relatively complex system (about 21 different criteria are considered) of designating regions in 4 different categories:
GREEN: currently no region
YELLOW: Lazio, Molise, Sardegna, Trentino and Veneto.
ORANGE: Basilicata, Emilia Romagna, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Liguria, Marche, Puglia, Sicilia, Umbria
RED: Abruzzo, Alto Adige, Calabria, Campania, Lombardia, Piemonte, Toscana, Valle d'Aosta
As La Mugletta is located in a yellow region we will only detail the current restrictions and rules which apply to yellow areas.
As in the entire country everybody is ask to have a mask with them at all times. Inside any space which is publically accessible (businesses, bars, restaurants, museums, hotels, etc.) a mask covering from the below the chin to the nose has to be worn. Furhter in any open, publically accessible space, i.e. outside private gardens or parks, a mask has to be worn at all times as well. Exceptions are:
If you are in an open public space by yourself or with only family members
If you are performing physical activity (other than walking), like physical work or sport
If you are alone in the car or with only family members
If you are riding a bycicle or a motocycle
If you are consuming food or beverages while sitting at a table
If you are smoking, eating or drinking also while standing/walking
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.
Bars and restaurants may serve patrons until 6 pm, they may remain open for take-out or delivery service until about 9pm.
From 10pm until 5am a general curfew applies. During these hours any movement in public spaces (i.e. outside your home or hotel) must be duly motivated (reasons may be for work, health or other urgend needs).
While public pools, spas, gyms, cinemas, dance halls, bingo halls and alike were already closed, now also museums, art galleries, exhibitions etc. have been closed. Shopping malls close during the weekend with the exception of food stores, farmacies and newsstands. All commercial activities remain regularly open during their normal business hours.
The latest decret further also strongly recommends to wear a mask in your private home if and when any person not usually living at the same address is present. While private events inside private homes are not prohibited, it is further strongly recommended to limit such events to a maximum of 6 non family members.
Italy is processing a high number of tests every day and continues to have a relatively low number of new daily cases. As in most other European countries new positive cases are being traced and focus spots managed accordingly.
In general we can say that the people in our area observe the current rules and regulations quite well.
Here you will find current information in German language: