Covid UPDATE, where you can still go boating and where you can’t

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Starting Sunday, Nov. 15, stop boating outside the municipality of residence for three more regions that enter “orange zone” and ban boating for two more regions that become “red zone.”

The new “orange” regions are: Emilia Romagna, Friuli, Marche. Those that become “red” are: Tuscany and Campania.

At this point boating freely in one’s own region becomes a privilege only of Veneto, Lazio, Molise and Sardinia, which remain “yellow zone.”

Here’s what the decree says and how it affects boat owners’ ability to reach it.

DPCM: in red zones impossible to go boating

People living in “red zones” can say goodbye to their boat. The “anti-Covid” decree prohibits any movement, even within the same territory, except for business purposes. To give an example: a Milanese who has a boat on the lake cannot go on board, for any reason.

DPCM: in orange zones you can’t move from your municipality

People living in the “orange zone” are also prohibited from moving to a municipality other than their residence, domicile or home.

DPCM: green light for those living in yellow zones

Green light for those with residence in the “yellow zones” established by the decree. Basically, infraregional movement (even transit in the red and orange zones, if it is needed to reach a yellow zone) is allowed for those who live in the “yellow zones.” It is free movement then even for landlocked regions. Residents of these regions can travel to seaside and lake locations without traffic restrictions. Except that they must abide by the “curfew” that starts at 10 p.m. and ends at 5 a.m., preventing movement.

DPCM, region by region: where you can go boating or not

Here is a region-by-region summary of the situation, except that you cannot go outside your region.

Abruzzo (orange zone): yes, you can go boating but only if it is in your municipality of residence

Basilicata (orange zone): yes, you can go boating but only if it is in your municipality of residence

Calabria (red zone): no, you cannot go by boat under any circumstances

Campania (red zone): no, you can’t go by boat under any circumstances

Emilia Romagna (orange zone): yes, you can go boating but only if it is in your municipality of residence

Friuli Venezia Giulia (orange zone): yes, you can go boating but only if it is in your municipality of residence

Latium (yellow zone): yes, you can go boating with no restrictions other than curfew restrictions

Liguria (orange zone): yes, you can go boating but only if it is in your municipality of residence

Lombardy (red zone): no, you can’t go by boat under any circumstances

Marche (orange zone): yes, you can go boating but only if it is in your municipality of residence

Molise (yellow zone): yes, you can go boating with no restrictions other than curfew restrictions

Piedmont (red zone): no, you can’t go boating under any circumstances

Autonomous Province of Bolzano (red zone): no, you cannot go boating under any circumstances

Autonomous Province of Trento (yellow zone): yes, you can go boating with no restrictions other than that of curfew

Apulia (orange zone): yes, you can go boating but only if it is in your municipality of residence

Sardinia (yellow zone): yes, you can go boating with no restrictions other than that of curfew

Sicily (orange zone): yes, you can go boating but only if it is in your municipality of residence

Tuscany (red zone): no, you can’t go by boat under any circumstances

Umbria (orange zone): yes, you can go boating but only if it is in your municipality of residence

Aosta Valley (red zone): no, you cannot go boating under any circumstances

Veneto (yellow zone): yes, you can go boating with no restrictions other than curfew restrictions

News being updated subject to change. Last updated 14/11 at 10 am


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