Squeezed on second homes in Sardinia, you come from other regions only out of necessity

Time.news – In Sardinia, the white zone, from tomorrow until April 6 non-residents will be able to reach second homes from other regions or from abroad only in the event of “proven work needs or situations of necessity and / or documented non-postponement or for health reasons”. This was ordered by a new anti-Covid ordinance, number 9 this year, signed tonight by the President of the Region, Christian Solinas, which also reiterates the requirements of the one with which passenger tests were made mandatory since 8 March. that arrive without vaccination or negativity certificate

Before boarding, carriers and shipowners must acquire and verify not only the receipt of registration on the ‘Sardegna Sicura’ app, but also the documentation certifying the requirements set by the Prime Ministerial Decree of 2 March last for travel from the regions of origin and those specified in the new regional ordinance. Those who cannot prove them cannot leave. In fact, airlines and shipping companies will be able to prohibit boarding in the event of incomplete documents or if passengers do not have the necessary requirements.

The Regional Forestry Corps will support the health personnel of the ATS, the Health Authority, in the monitoring and control activities of the vaccination certifications and the negative outcome of the molecular or unhygienic swabs, which must be declared by the passengers on the platform ‘ Safe Sardinia ‘. The checks will take place at the ports of call in areas identified with the collaboration of the airport management companies and the Port System Authority of the Sea of ​​Sardinia.

As for the mayors, as civil protection and health authorities, they will monitor compliance with the provisions on mandatory tests, arranging for monitoring and control measures for home stay (10 days of quarantine for those arriving without a certificate and not wanting to undergo a swab), through the local police and barracellari companies, which include over 5,000 volunteers. The data will be collected by the Municipalities and transmitted to the regional operations room of the General Directorate of Civil Protection.



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