Ultimo aggiornamento 10 marzo 2020, ore 9.00
Update of the situation in Abruzzo
The Government has adopted the Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers (Dpcm) of 9 March 2020 bearing new measures for the containment and contrast of the spread of the Covid-19 virus. The measures are extended throughout the national territory and prohibits all forms of gathering of people in public spaces or in places open to the public. In force from 10 March 2020, the provision will be valid until 3 April 2020.
In compliance with the Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers (Dpcm) of 8 March 2020, the opening of museums and places of culture is suspended throughout the Abruzzo region
Presidential Ordinance no. 2 of 8 March 2020 issued by the Abruzzo Region establishes that all people entering in Abruzzo and coming from Lombardy and the provinces of Modena, Parma, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia, Rimini, Pesaro and Urbino, Alessandria, Asti, Novara, Verbano-Cusio-Ossola, Vercelli, Padua, Treviso and Venice have the obligation to inform their general practitioner and observe an isolation period of 14 days.
Now and for the next few weeks, the rule is to STAY HOME. To preserve our health and that of our loved ones we must follow carefully and responsibly the measures taken by the Government, especially for those who are most exposed to the risks of infection (immunosuppressed people, the elderly, people with cardiovascular diseases, cancer patients).
We are confident that we will overcome this difficult time soon with everyone's commitment.
Waiting to get back to normality, we have created the section "Abruzzo comes to you". Just for you, here’s a "window" towards the beauty of our region with video tutorials, museums and exhibitions virtual tours, audio guides, podcasts of TV broadcasts, pieces of theatrical performances and readings. Many proposals which you can listen to and watch to bring Abruzzo into your homes.
Who to contact in case of emergency
On the new Coronavirus, the Abruzzo Region has activated all the measures established by the Ministry of Health, in constant collaboration with the regional health offices.
The following numbers are available for those who have come into close contact with confirmed cases of Covid-19, and for anyone who in the last 14 days has returned to Italy from China or from the quarantine areas of the so-called “red” or “yellow” regions in the last 14 days:
ASL n. 1 Avezzano-Sulmona-L’Aquila
ASL n. 2 Chieti-Lanciano-Vasto
Numero Verde 800 860 146
ASL n. 3 Pescara
ASL n. 4 Teramo
Green Number 800 090 147
The Ministry of Health has activated the 24/7 public freephone number 1500 and published an information section on its website with in-depth information and updates, as well as a section with the answers to the most frequently asked questions.
Follow these rules
Protecting yourself against the new Coronavirus is easy: just follow some simple but effective rules.
- Wash your hands frequently.
- Avoid close contact with people suffering from acute respiratory infections.
- Do not touch your mouth, eyes or nose with your hands.
- Cover your mouth and nose if you sneeze or cough.
- Do not take antiviral or antibiotic medicines unless they have been prescribed by a doctor.
- Clean surfaces with chlorine- or alcohol-based disinfectants.
- Use a mask only if you think you might be ill or if you assist ill people.
- MADE IN CHINA products and packages from China are not dangerous.
- Pets do not spread the new coronavirus.
- Call the freephone number 1500 for more information.