information about Covid 19 measures and actions for our guest

last update: 03.8.2021 - 7pm


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. 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 exclusively for you and your family. 


Based on federal and regional recommendations and dispositions, La Mugletta has adapted its procedures and processes in regard to prevention, desinfection and information. 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. We have produced a short document containing the main recommendations for our guests - please see the below pdf.


If you wish to receive the file in a language other than English, please let us know.


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!


In the below section we report the current rules which apply in Italy and try to provide a general panoramic ofthe actual situation in our country.


In order to manage the pandemic in a uniform manner, Italy has adopted a color scheme with clear rules of what is permitted and not according to the color a region finds itself in. Below you find a PDF with the main rules, detailing what type businesses are open or closed in function of the colors. Be informed that at the moment every Friday the Federal Health Ministry assesses the status of each region and eventually assigns it to a new "color" zone. The "colors" are currently being assigned by considering 3 major figures: overall 7 day incidence rate; % occupation of hospital beds; % occupation of ICU beds. 


By August 6th, 2021 the Green Pass will be introduced for all people older than 12 years in the whithe zones. The Green Pass is basically the European digital Covid Certificate which is being released by the authorities of your country if you have been vaccinated, recovered from Covid or have been tested negative - for traveller from outside Italy having the European digital Covid certificate has already been one of the 2 conditions to enter into Italy (see below). 


Green Pass must be exhibited in order to access/enter to:

museums, theatres, cinemas, concerts, thermal centers, entertainment and theme parks, sports events, trade fairs, conventions, casinos, game rooms. It is also required when dining inside bars and restaurants sitting at the table, it is not required when standing at the bar or sitting outside. In swimming pools or spas green pass is required for indoor activities. Green Pass is already mandatory to attend to wedding ceremonies and to visit retirement homes. As of August 6th, it will also enable the holder to access to hospital for visiting relatives and to access to the waiting room in the emergency rooms. 


Having the Green Pass / European Covid certificate does not eliminate the need to make reservations for visiting museums, exhibitions, etc. 


Overall incidence rate in Itay is currently 64, to be noted that the rate of increase has been slowing down considerably. Detailed information and statistics about current situation may be found here:


First things first, what are the current requirements/rules for entering Italy? On this site you may find the general rules issued by the governement:


To enter Italy two things must be taken care off:

1.) travellers must be in posession of the Covid-19 Green Certificate which is issued by the traveller's country of residence. The certificate is issued if a person has completed the full vaccination cycle or if a person has fully recovered from a Corona illness or if a person has done a negative test.

2.) travellers must compile this online "passenger locator form":


Since June 7th, 2021 Veneto is, as most of Italy, in the white zone. Here are the major rules: 

Use of the mask since June 28th, 2021 use of a mouth-nose mask in open spaces is NOT mandatory anymore. You are however, requested to carry a mask with you at all times and to wear it inside, except when sitting at the table of a bar or restaurant as well as outside at any time when the mninimum distance of about 1m5 meters can not be maintained or in crowded spaces. 

Distancing and use of desinfectant for hands are still highly recommended. 

The is no longer a curfew

Restaurants: open for lunch and dinner service at the table indoors as well as outside; limit to 6 patrons per table inside, no limit outside. 

Museums, exhibitions, galleries: open, reservations  for visits in order to controll the aflux of visitoris.

Other commercial activities: all stores and business are regularly open, major shopping malls are still closed over the weekend (except for foodstore and pharmacies). 

Public pools, theme parks: all activities are open, quantity of patrons accepted within the prescriped capacities. 


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.


Capacity of all public transport means is cut by 50% to avoid crowding; Green Pass is not necessary on public transportation. 


Italy is processing about 250‘000 tests every day  and has a positive rate of well below 3%. As in most other European countries new positive cases are being traced and focus spots managed accordingly. 


On the vaccination effort the country is on a good way, so far 117,1 doses per 100 inhabitants have been given, about 55,7% of the entire population has been fully inoculated, while 65,3% of the population is at least partially protected (72,5% of people over 12 years of age).


Detailed information and statistics about the Italian vaccination effort maybe found here:


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 and laboratories where quick tests and PCR tests may be performed.


Here you will find current information in German language: