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COVID-19 UPDATES

On this page you can find the answers to the most frequent questions, but do not hesitate to contact us if you have further doubts:
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When will it be possible to travel to Sardinia again?

Starting from June 3r people can freely access the island once again. No certificate or preventive check-up is required for travellers, it is only necessary to register on the Region's website or on the app "Covid 19 Regione Sardegna", available for Android and iOS.

Download the main procedures to follow for people arriving in Sardinia.

Is Sardinia safe?

Sardinia is among the Italian regions least affected by the emergency: in total there were only 8 cases per 10 thousand inhabitants, compared to a national average of 36 cases per 10 thousand inhabitants. The numbers of new infections are now close to zero and this has allowed the island to grant some reopenings even before the rest of the nation. All the most up-to-date information is available on the local Civil Protection website, while here you can find the most up-to-date data on total case numbers.

What safety measures will ferries and facilities take in Sardinia?

All operators are obliged to comply with legal requirements. Moreover, thanks to the Sardinia Safe Island agreement, promoted and signed by us and all the main operators in Sardinia, you can enjoy an even more peaceful holiday thanks to safety measures taken in addition to those provided by the authorities. Discover more about sardegnaisolasicura.com




When will it be possible to resume travelling in Sicily?

Starting from June 3r people can freely access the island once again. There are no tests required, but whoever wants can download the "Sicilia sicura" app to stay in touch with the local health system.


Is Sicily safe?

Sicily is also among the least affected regions in Italy, with about 7 cases every 10 thousand inhabitants. Some of its provinces already have zero infections and many activities have already been resumed in the region. All the most up-to-date information is available on the local Civil Protection website, while here you can find the most up-to-date data on total case numbers.

 



WHEN WILL IT BE POSSIBLE TO TRAVEL TO PUGLIA AGAIN?

Starting from June 3r people can freely access Puglia once again. Travellers are only required to to fill in a registration form on the institutional website of the Region.


Is Puglia safe?

Puglia has been affected more than Sardinia and Sicily, with 11 cases every 10 thousand inhabitants, but still well below the national average of 36 cases every 10 thousand inhabitants and with a number of new cases now close to zero.

All the most up-to-date information is available on the local Civil Protection website, while here you can find the most up-to-date data on total case numbers.