Milan Coronavirus Updates
Milan Coronavirus Updates

Milan Coronavirus Information

 

Here you have all the latest Milan coronavirus updates regarding airports, public transport, attractions and rules and regulations on one page. We’re committed to keeping you informed so you can take the necessary measures and be one step closer to getting back to your normal life or get back home safely once the coronavirus in Milan is no longer a threat.

For further information, you may also visit the official website of the Italian Government by clicking here.

 

Governmental Rules and Regulations in Milan

Newest and updated restrictions: 

  • Milan and Lombardia region are currently classified as yellow areas;
  • Bars and restaurants are open and can serve people outside at 6pm;
  • Non-essential commerce are open;
  • On June 1st and 15th, gyms, swimming-pools, public events,… will be allowed to reopen;
  • Curfew from 12 midnight to 5:00 am;
  • Museums and theaters can open at a reduced capacity;
  • In case of symptoms or doubt, stay at home and call these toll-free numbers;
    Information on and measures for people with disabilities here;
  • It remains mandatory to wear a mask both indoors and outdoors;
  • Social distancing is a must in all place at all times;
  • Opening of all commercial activities allowed under strict measures; customers entering at a fixed number;
  • For more, please visit the FAQ- COVID 19- questions and answers by the Health Ministry.

For further information, please visit the the Ministry of Health website, and the WHO website, please click here.

 

Is it safe to travel?

Latest Covid-19 Travel Articles

Is it safe to travel in Milan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • BBC on vaccines

    What are the Brazil, South Africa and UK variants and will vaccines work?

    “A Covid variant first identified in Brazil has been found in the UK.

    Public health officials are investigating six cases and are using testing to see if it has spread to more people.

    Some variants, like this one, appear to be more contagious and there are concerns current vaccines may not work as well.” Continue reading here

  • NewsScientist on Brazil variant case

    Airports With COVID-19 Testing Happening On-site

    “Efforts are underway in England to trace a person infected with the P.1 coronavirus variant, after they used a home testing kit but didn’t complete a registration form. The P.1 variant was first identified in people who were travelling from Brazil to Japan on 10 January, and the infected person is one of six cases of the P.1 variant detected in the UK in February.” Continue reading here

  • EUObserver on Covid-free travel pass

    EU to propose Covid-free ‘travel pass’ ahead of summer

    “The European Commission is working on a special pass to allow vaccinated people and others to travel more freely – despite criticism from those who say it risks discriminating those unable to get the jab.

    Also known as a “digital green pass,” the plan is to have a legal proposal in a matter of weeks which would include categories like those who are vaccinated, those who have recovered from Covid-19, or those who are able to produce negative test results.” Continue reading here

  • SkyNews on the virus evolving

    COVID-19: This virus will keep evolving – and that makes international travel risky

    “In truth even a complete quarantine on travellers wouldn’t reduce the risk of imported virus to zero unless it also applies to the 1,000 or so truck drivers crossing the Channel every day. That’s unlikely.

    And no quarantine rule is going to stop the emergence of home-grown variants. Both the original virus and the Kent version have mutated and are spreading.

    What we need are better vaccines.” Continue reading here

 

 

How to safely store your luggage during the COVID-19 pandemic

Visit our “How to safely store luggage” page to check the regulations for a safe arrival at your destination, and to make sure you’re safe while you drop your luggage on one of our certified shops.

 

Download our free luggage storage app here:

For even more comfort and ease, you can download our LuggageHero bag storage app where you can see all our locations for left luggage in Milan.

Use LuggageHero anywhere with the official app for iPhone and Android.

Milan Coronavirus Latest News

Latest news coronavirus Milan

(Published in the last 24 hours)

  • Who is in Italy’s Covid vaccine priority groups?
    Read here >
  • Italy Is Reopening to Travelers—Here’s Everything You Need to Know
    Read here >
  • Italy begins lifting COVID-19 restrictions
    Read here >
  • Coronavirus in Italy
    Read here >

 

Milan Coronavirus Travel Restrictions

Travel information coronavirus Milan

If you are stuck in a hotel room in a foreign country, we gathered all the information you need about airports, public transport and anything regarding travel and tourism in Italy in order to make things a little easier for you. This way, you don’t need to browse all over the internet for information – everything is here on one page!

For the latest news regarding Italy’s travel restrictions, click here.

 

Milan Airport Information

Official websites are doing a great job at keeping travellers well updated and at providing the latest information. You can read about the impact of coronavirus on your travel arrangements on the official websites of Milan’s airports.

Check with your airline company to see if there have been any alterations to your travel plans. The Italian government advises all passengers to avoid long-distance travels unless absolutely necessary.

Find out more here:

Update: Milano Linate Airport and Terminal 1 of Milan Malpensa Airport are temporarily CLOSED; all commercial aviation has been redirected to Terminal 2

 

Milan Public Transport

Coronavirus Milan - Transports situation

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, railway service is subject to frequent changes. There might be a possibility of misalignment with respect to actual service provided.

The service is remodelled to suit the needs of essential workers and situations. Travellers with a declaration will be prioritised. Before travelling, it is advised to check for details and guidelines here.

Keep up to date on Milan’s public transit here:

 

Milan Attractions

Coronavirus Milan -One man sits on an empty central square in front of the Duomo Cathedral, Milan on March 20th 2020

Most Milan attractions have started to reopen. Here, you can keep yourself informed on attraction reopenings, daily opening and closing times and information on reduced capacity.

In the case that certain locations close again due to changes in restrictions, you can still enjoy some of these attractions after they are open again if you are staying in Milan for a longer period of time.

Here is the list of Milan’s main attractions and their official websites with the latest updates:

All attraction websites update the information about when they will be open again on their websites. Please check their websites regularly to stay tuned.

 

What to do while currently in Milan

Coronavirus Milan - Protect yourself

  • Food delivery

The coronavirus situation doesn’t need to prevent you from trying delicious food and keeping your body fuelled and healthy. You can visit Glovo or Ubereats or other delivery websites, pick anything you want and have it delivered to your location.

  • Watch an Italian movie

If you can’t explore the city because of the restrictions, you can watch an Italian movie instead! We all know that feeling when we watch a movie, we see a scene filmed where we’ve been and we scream ‘I’ve been there!” How about watching a movie about Milan while you are in Milan? It suddenly changes your current experience of the city. For a list of the 10 best Italian movies of all time, click here.

  • Read/Write

If you’re at home, you probably have a shelf full of books that you’ve always wanted to read but never got to. Or perhaps you have some texts that you’ve saved on your phone under “read later.” This is the perfect time to take your mind off the current stressful situation and dive into a literary world, at least for a an hour or two a day.

Also, writing or keeping a journal and getting those thoughts and feelings out on paper can be a true stress reliever during times like these.

  • Keep the communication going with your loved ones

You can use this time to reconnect with your loved ones through different video options online. Keeping everyone up-to-date about yourself, making sure everyone is healthy and well and “making someones’ day” by giving them a good laugh is a great way to maintain strong relations even when you cannot physically spend time together.

Virtual coffees and dinner dates with a friend, family member, a loved one, or a “double-date” even with another couple is the thing to do during these corona times. Why not enjoy someones’ company while everyone stays in the comfort of their home? Times like these sometimes ask us to adapt to another lifestyle, but why not make the best of it?

  • Yoga/Stretching/Meditation

As we all know, keeping active is crucial to our well-being. When you’re stuck inside for a longer period of time  yoga, stretching and meditating can help you feel better. These are activities you can do on your own floor or balcony. There are many videos online that you can follow while doing these activities, and you can also tune into live-stream yoga classes available online.

You can also read this great article on the website of the Italian Ministry of Health on how to follow correct lifestyles while staying at home curing the coronavirus pandemic.

protect yourself from coronavirus

The entire LuggageHero team wishes you good health and positive vibes!

It’s important that we all follow the measures set by the authorities and protect ourselves and others. By social distancing and taking care of our hygiene, we are lessening the change of the virus spreading. We are in this together and every individual matters. If coronavirus spreads this fast, imagine how contagious some love and a smile are?

#SpreadPositivityNotCoronavirus

Once the situation is safe again and we are ready to explore and travel again, check our luggage storage Milan guide and LuggageHero sites in Milan.

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