COVID19 EMERGENCY AND TEACHING ACTIVITIES UPDATE
Starting from April 26th 2021, Lombardy is considered a "yellow area" region (zona gialla, medium-low risk area).
- It is possible to move within the regional territory from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. with no need to motivate the transfer.
- From 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. all transfers are forbidden, except those motivated by work, personal urgency or health reasons, for which a self-declaration is required.
- Until June 15thit is permitted to reach a different private home once a day between 05.00 a.m. and 10.00 p.m., for a maximum of 4 people in addition to those living there. Said people will be allowed to bring with them children not older than 18 years of age (or other children not older than 18 years of age over whom they exercise parental authority) and people with disabilities or people who are not self-sufficient and are living with them.
- Transfers from/towards other territories in yellow or white areas are permitted. To come from or go to Regions belonging to other risk areas it is necessary to have a pass (green certification). Should transfers be motivated by health, work or necessity reasons, a self certification will be sufficient. It is anyway possible to return where one resides or lives.
During the “red area” period the spaces of Politecnico have been open and laboratories, research activities and administrative functions have been operating as usual. In addition to this, starting from 12th April, according to the provisions that will be issued by the competent authorities, we will be able to return to classes in presence, while respecting the health regulations in force, such as the distance and use of masks. All curricular and laboratory activities will still be available in distance mode for those who are unable to return to Politecnico.
For all the latest info and updates on the anti-Covid19 measures taken by Politecnico please consult the dedicated webpage on our website.
Before traveling to Milan, please refer also to the official and updated information of the Italian Health Ministry on the Covid19 situation in our Country:
For further insights see the YESMILANO dedicated webpage.