The ordinances with which the president of Sardinia, Christian Solinas, had established or confirmed some rules for arrivals in the Region since May 28th have expired. The regional anti-Covid restrictive measures have not been extended and therefore the national rules envisaged for the white zone regions apply. Therefore, the obligation to register on the Region’s website or on the ‘Safe Sardinia’ app before boarding for passengers headed to Sardinia and to undergo a swab according to the previous indications are no longer required. From May 28, the controls in ports and airports had also been revoked, entrusted since March 22 to the Regional Forestry Corps.
The choice of the Sardinian governor would be linked to the fact that the European green pass will come into force in two weeks. It is not excluded, therefore, that in the next few days there will be restrictions for passengers arriving from Great Britain, due to the spread of the Delta variant of the virus, but in the case it would be rules established at national level that Sardinia should limit itself to apply . Solinas also did not extend the ordinance adopted two weeks ago, on the occasion of the reopening in conjunction with the return to the white zone. A measure, the latter, much contested especially by the managers of restaurants and bars due to some very difficult requirements to enforce: above all, the capacity in the premises calculated on the basis of cubic meters of air per person.