Last updated on 22 March 2021, 9.00 am
What is the situation in Abruzzo?
Abruzzo has been recently classified in the orange area and the rules and protocols for the containment of the contagion indicated by the Government and by the Regional Council are applied. The situation is constantly monitored by the local health authorities through the adoption of specific prevention measures.
You can view the FAQ relating to the measures adopted by the Government in the region of interest at the following link: https://www.governo.it/it/articolo/domande-frequenti-sulle-misure-adottate-dal-governo/15638#zone
Now and for the next few weeks the most important thing to do is to follow the measures adopted by the Government with care and a sense of responsibility, in order to preserve one’s health and that of one's relatives and friends, especially of the most fragile people mostly exposed to the risks of contagion.
The managers of accommodation facilities and the tour operators in Abruzzo are ready to welcome you back and offer you their best hospitality as soon as this emergency phase is over. In the meantime, we will keep going to make you fall in love with our region by telling you about its beauties on our portal and on the social official accounts Visit Abruzzo and Your Abruzzo.
Who to contact in case of emergency
On the Coronavirus, the Abruzzo Region has activated all the measures established by the Ministry of Health, in constant collaboration with the regional health offices which have made the following numbers available:
Regional Green Number 800 595 459
ASL n. 1 Avezzano-Sulmona-L’Aquila | Green Number 800 169 326
ASL n. 2 Chieti-Lanciano-Vasto | Green Number 800 860 146
ASL n. 3 Pescara | Green Number 800 556 600
ASL n. 4 Teramo | Green Number 800 090 147
Follow these simple rules
Protecting yourself against the Covid-19 is easy: just follow some simple but effective rules:
- Always wear the mask indoors except home and in all outdoor places when the condition of isolation from non-cohabiting people is not guaranteed
- Wash your hands frequently or alternatively use sanitizing gels
- Keep a safe distance of at least one meter from non-cohabiting people
- 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