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Sunday 14 February 2021 19:02

Covid-19: Italy’s ski slopes to stay closed until 5 March

Ski slopes in Italy's covid-19 'yellow zones' were due to reopen on 15 February.Italy's ski slopes are to remain shut until 5 March, due to covid-19, following an order signed by the newly-reappointed health minister Roberto Speranza.Ski resorts in Italy's lower-risk 'yellow zones' had been due to reopen on 15 February, however the last-minute decision to keep them closed follows advice from the technical scientific committee (CTS) advising the government on the coronavirus crisis. Guide to skiing near Rome The CTS blamed the "changed epidemiological conditions" due to the "widespread circulation" of variants of covid-19, reports Italian news agency ANSA. Top places to ski near Milan The news will be a blow to ski resorts which had been geared up to reopen in yellow zones tomorrow but now must remain closed to the public until next month. Covid-19: Italy extends travel ban between regions until 25 February The move comes as the regions of Abruzzo, Liguria, Tuscany and the province of Trento turned 'orange' on 14 February.

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Italy's ski slopes are to remain shut until 5 March, due to
covid-19
, following an order signed by the newly-reappointed health minister Roberto Speranza. Ski resorts in Italy's lower-risk 'yellow zones' had been due to
reopen on 15 February
, however the last-minute decision to keep them closed follows advice from the technical scientific committee (CTS) advising the government on the coronavirus crisis.
  • Guide to skiing near Rome
The CTS blamed the "changed epidemiological conditions" due to the "widespread circulation" of
variants of covid-19
, reports Italian news agency
ANSA
.
  • Top places to ski near Milan
The news will be a blow to ski resorts which had been geared up to reopen in yellow zones tomorrow but now must remain closed to the public until next month.
  • Covid-19: Italy extends travel ban between regions until 25 February
The move comes as the regions of Abruzzo, Liguria, Tuscany and the province of Trento
turned 'orange'
 on 14 February.
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