At the moment the self-declaration is requested always in the red and orange regions for moving in the regional landscape:
- Valle d'Aosta
The self-declaration is requested between 22.00 and 5.00 in the rest of the italian regions (yellow regions) instead.
For drivers from abroad once in Italy there is the obligation to complete a self-declaration (attached to the present email) certifying they are working as well as an immediately communication about the entry to the Prevention Department of the competent healthcare company based on the place of entry ("ASL of the provincia" of entry); no quarantine or COVID swab are obligatory.
The form has to be filled by the driver and the he has to send to ASL of the provincia of entry.
These are the addresses where the driver can send it following the place of entry In Italy:
- Brennero – ASL Alto Adige
Phone number 0471/909202
The declaration is available on website
- Ventimiglia – ASL Imperia
Phone number 0184/536683
Information of driver which have to be sent to the email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Frejus – ASL Torino3
Phone number 011/9551752
Information of driver which have to be sent to the email email@example.com
- Tarvisio (UD) – ASL Medio Friuli
Phone number 0432/553264
Information of driver which have to be sent to the email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Trieste – ASL Trieste
Phone number 040/3997490
Information of driver which have to be sent to the email email@example.com
- Gorizia – ASL Gorizia
Phone number 0481/592876
Autodichiarazione da inviare all’indirizzo email
- Monte Bianco – ASL Valle d’Aosta
Information of driver which have to be sent to the email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Valico di Brogeda – ASL Insubria (Como)
Phone number 031/370111
Information of driver which have to be sent to the email
- Passo del Sempione – ASL Verbano-Cusio-Ossola
Information of driver which have to be sent to the email email@example.com
As from the 11 November, the Minister of Health has classified additional areas at high epidemiological risk as a “typical scenario 3 ”(so-called orange zones) and “scenario type 4” (so-called red zones), as provided from DPCM 3.11.2020.
In particular, to the regions already in the red zone (Lombardy, Piedmont, Aosta Valley and Calabria) is added the autonomous province of Bolzano.As for the orange areas, Liguria has been added to Puglia and Sicily, Tuscany, Umbria, Abruzzo and Basilicata.
Regarding travel, in the red areas they are prohibited unless motivated by work, health and needs to be proven through self-certification. In the orange areas, self-certification is not only required for travel within the municipality of residence.
In all other areas (so-called yellow areas) the ban on moving remains in force, except for the reasons for work, health and necessity, from 22.00 to 5.00.
Please note that the ordinance is valid for a period of 15 days. Regarding the traveling staff, no new provisions have been made with respect to the provisions of the Prime Ministerial Decree of November 3, therefore the obligation to notify the health authority remains in the case of return from countries at risk.