A short guide to coronavirus-related measures
"Wir haben bereits sehr viel in Hygienekonzepte und Schutzmaßnahmen investiert und konnten bereits im vergangenen Sommer beweisen, wie gut und sicher der Transport mit unseren Bergbahnen unter Pandemie-Bedingungen funktionieren kann.", Siegfried Pichler - Präsident der Bergbahnen Obereggen Latemar AG.
Keep a distance of at least one metre from others.
Always carry mouth and nose protection with you and always wear it when the minimum distance cannot be maintained and when entering enclosed spaces.
MOUTH AND NOSE PROTECTION
It is always obligatory to wear mouth and nose protection if the required minimum distance cannot be kept. This applies in particular:
- at the ski pass sales points,
- when using lift facilities,
- in huts and restaurants (but not at table),
- in hire outlets,
- in ski depots,
- in shops,
- on ski school premises,
- on ski buses.
Wash or disinfect hands thoroughly and regularly.
Hand disinfection systems are available at the lift stations, ski pass offices, in shops, in ski hire businesses, in ski depots, in ski schools, in restaurants and in accommodation facilities.
IF ANYONE FEELS ILL
Guests who feel ill must stay in their rooms, not go skiing nor visit any catering establishments or take any snow sports lessons. The hosts must be immediately informed – preferably by phone – of any symptoms occurring so that they can provide the guests affected with all necessary information on how to proceed.
The Provincial Civil Protection Agency is available daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on the free-call number 800 751 751 to answer questions regarding the regulations, rules and measures relating to coronavirus.