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Coronavirus in Italy - ITALIAN MINISTRY OF THE INTERIOR

CORONAVIRUS - The Italian Prefectures coordinate and monitor the implementation of containment measures in Italy (to understand the text, use the online translator from Italian to Your Language):
https://www.interno.gov.it/it/speciali/coronavirus

CORONAVIRUS - Italian Regulation relating to leaving home and moving to Italy (to understand the text, use the online translator from Italian to Your Language):
https://www.interno.gov.it/sites/default/files/possomuovermi.pdf

CORONAVIRUS - Self-declaration form valid only for the Italian National Territory (to understand the text, use the online translator from Italian to Your Language):
https://www.interno.gov.it/sites/default/files/allegati/nuovo_modello_autodichiarazione_editabile_maggio_2020.pdf

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Coronavirus in Italy - ITALIAN MINISTRY OF HEALTH

CORONAVIRUS - Who to contact in the Italian National Territory. In case of symptoms or doubts, stay at home, do not go to the Emergency Room or Medical Studies but call your Family Doctor, your Pediatrician or the Medical Guard on the phone. Or call the Regional Toll-Free Number (to understand the text, use the online translator from Italian to Your Language):

http://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/dettaglioContenutiNuovoCoronavirus.jsp?lingua=italiano&id=5364&area=nuovoCoronavirus&menu=vuoto

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Italian Embassies and Consulates in the World

The Italian Diplomatic Network takes care of the International relations of the Italian Republic with all the Countries of the World.
The system operates with offices located on all Continents, divided into Embassies, Consulates (General and Honorary), Permanent Representations in International Organizations, Special Diplomatic Delegations and Italian Institutes of Culture.

For more information visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website (Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale).

Italian Embassies and Consulates in the World - (you can download the complete list)
https://www.esteri.it/mae/en/servizi/italiani/rappresentanze/

Foreign Embassies and Consulates in Italy

Italy hosts the Embassies of over 200 Countries that can provide information on Business opportunities and Cultural initiatives.

Consulates can provide assistance to Foreign Citizens in Italy in the event they should find themselves in difficulty in Italian Territory. They can guarantee assistance in specific individual and collective emergency situations, and may issue travel documents for the return journey in the event of loss or theft of identity documents. The consulates of nations that entertain stable, frequent relations with Italy can be found in the largest Italian Cities.

For more information visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website (Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale).

Foreign Diplomatic Missions in Italy - (you can download the complete list)
https://www.esteri.it/mae/en/servizi/stranieri/rapprstraniere/

Italian Airports - Italian Civil Aviation Authority

Airports in Italy are variously distributed in the various Italian regions, and each of them is assigned an ICAO airport code.

The name of the airports open to civil traffic is the official documentation produced by the National Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC).

Italian Airports - (See the complete list)

https://www.enac.gov.it/en/airports/airport-infrastructures/italian-airports

Safety in Italy

Italy is a safe Country. However, should you find yourself in a difficult situation, it is best to turn to the police forces in charge of safety for Italian and foreign nationals residing in or visiting the Country.

An efficient, modern, integrated network, with the switchboards of the various Police Forces, emergency services, organisations and agencies is ready to respond to emergency calls from anywhere in Italy. Access to this network is simple and quick: all you have to do is call the national emergency numbers, which are well known and easy to remember.

Emergency numbers in Italy

112 – Carabinieri (Carabineers Police Force)
Dialling 112 will put you through to the switchboards of the Carabinieri police. The Carabinieri Police is a symbol of Italy: in the most isolated mountain villages, the Carabinieri are often the most visible sign of the presence of the State. The Carabinieri are an armed force entrusted with safeguarding public order. Since the Carabinieri are a military corps, they are under the authority of the
Ministry of Defence.

113 – Polizia (State Police)
This is the single national number for all kinds of emergencies: to report theft, robbery or assault, or accidents and health emergencies. This number corresponds to the switchboard network of the State police, which operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The State Police is a civilian police force under the authority of the Ministry of Interior Affairs. Among its duties is to prevent and tackle offences such as theft and robbery, and deal with the bureaucratic procedures that must be followed to obtain residence permits and tourist visas.

115 – Vigili del Fuoco (Firefighters Corps)
In the event of fire, smoke or gas leaks, you can call the Fire Services directly. They are present throughout Italy and can intervene swiftly also in the event of earthquakes or other disaster situations. The Firefighters Corps it is part of the Ministry of Interior's and provide safety for people, animals and property, and to give technical assistance to industries and fire prevention advice. It also ensures public safety in terrorist emergencies such as chemical, bacteriological, radiological and nuclear attacks.

117 - Guardia di Finanza (Finance Guard)
Dialling 117 will put you through to the switchboards of the Finance Guard.
The Finance Guard, whose task is to combat tax evasion, financial crimes and drug trafficking, is a military body under the Ministry of Economics and Finance. It does not belong to the armed forces, but to the police forces, and therefore shares with the State Police the task of border control.

118 - Ambulanza (Health emergencies)
You can call this number from anywhere in Italy to alert the healthcare network and request ambulance transport to the nearest hospital or healthcare facility. A helicopter ambulance service is also available to access the more isolated or difficult to reach areas.

1515 - Corpo Forestale (Forest Fire)
This is the number to call for the environmental emergencies of the State Forestry Corps. The service is active 24 hours a day, all year round. The Forestry Corps is in charge of safeguarding the country's and it is also responsible for mountain rescue, preventing avalanches, fire-fighting services and civil protection in the event of earthquakes or other natural disasters.

1530 - Guardia Costiera (Coast Guard)
If your pleasure boat breaks down, or for any other kind of emergency in Italy's territorial waters, you can contact the national coastguard on this number.

803.116 - Soccorso Stradale (Road Rescue)
This is the ACI Road Emergency number, available to ACI members and customers to request ACI servies throughout Italy (road emergencies, car replacement, car towage, medical assistance, etc). The number is free of charge, active in Italy only, 24 hours a day and all the year round.

Polizia Locale (Local Police)
The Local Police indicate a body or police service provided by local government local authorities, with competence referring to the territory of the entity on which it depends. Each Local Police has its own telephone number.