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Last updated on December 4th at 6.00 PM:

In the municipality of Badia there are currently no restrictions.

The Green Pass "basic "* (aka 3G) is required from December 6th 2021 for:
 
> Access to the accommodation facilities.
The use of a surgical mask is compulsory in all common areas of the hotel.
In the case of an orange classification, an FFP2 mask is compulsory.
 
> Access to ski lifts:
To access the lifts the EU QR code covid certificate "basic" (proof of vaccination, a negative test or recovery from the virus) is mandatory from the age of 12.
An FFP2 mask is compulsory for accessing closed lifts (cable cars, gondolas) and to use the ski bus.
The skipass, available online or at the selling points has to be activated daily with the EU QR code covid certificate. The capacity on cable cars, gondolas and chairlifts with canopy will be reduced to 80%.

Additionally the Super** Green Pass 2G is required from 6th 2021 in order to:
 
> Access to restaurants and bars that are not part of the accommodation where you are staying at (excluding outdoor tables).

> Access to theatres, events, concerts and all indoor venues.

No Green Pass is necessary to attend the church masses in the beautiful parish church of Badia. But note that places are limited.

No Green Pass required for plate lifts and chairlifts without bubble.



*Basic Green Pass from the age of 12:
> Negative antigenic (48h) or molecular swab (72h)
> Recovered
> Vaccinated

**Super Green Pass from the age of 12:
> Recovered
> Vaccinated

Further information:
> Entry to Italy, South Tyrol
> Dolomiti Superski "We care about your safety"
> Alta Badia ski lifts, slopes and snow report

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