Entering Italy for the purpose of attending the Rally of Italy in Sardinia
1. Every person entering Italy, by any means of transport will need to complete a self-declaration form prior to departure. It is understood that forms may be provided by the relevant carrier, most likely in their own format. However, the general format provided by the Italian foreign ministry is available to reference HERE, and this format can also be used for Attendees travelling by ground transport.
a) Masks must always be worn indoors, in public places (bars, restaurants, museums, …) and means of transport; such obligation is also in force outdoors, between 6 pm and 6 in the morning, where it is not possible to respect social distancing of 1 meter. In Sardinia masks are mandatory 24/24 hours wherever it is not possible to respect the social distance of 1 meter. The FIA recommends a more cautious distance of 2 meters inside the rally venue.
b) Every person entering Italy/Sardinia by air or sea will undergo a temperature check upon arrival.
c) All passengers arriving in Sardinia are required to register online, within 48 hours before departure>, using the form available in many languages on this platform: https://sus.regione.sardegna.it/sus/covid19/regimbarco/init.
d) Profile 1 Attendees are due to have a negative PCR pre-event test result of no longer than 96 hours (see FIA Appendix S). In view of the different national regulations, however, the 72-hours period is necessary for those who come from the countries mentioned in points 3 and 5. Profile 2 participants are only required to comply with national regulations.
2. No restrictions apply for passengers arriving in Italy from the following UE/Schengen countries unless they’ve been or transited in countries mentioned at points 3. 4. 5. in the previous 14 days: San Marino, Vatican City State, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark (including the Faer Oer Islands and Greenland), Estonia, Finland, France (excluding the regions Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Corsica, Hauts-de-France, Île-de-France, New Aquitaine, Occitania,Provence-Alpes- Cote d’Azur and excluding territories situated outside the European continent), Germany, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Netherlands (excluding territories situated outside the European continent), Poland, Portugal (including the Azores and Madeira), Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Hungary, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway (including Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands), Switzerland, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (including Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Gibraltar and British bases on the island of Cyprus and excluding territories outside the European continent for which the Kingdom has responsibility for international relations), Andorra, Principality of Monaco.
3. Persons who have been in or transited through Croatia, Greece, Malta or Spain and France (limited to the regions Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Corsica, Hauts-de-France, Île-de-France, New Aquitaine, Occitania,Provence-Alpes- Cote d’Azur), will be required to present a negative PCR test result that is not older than 72 hours to their carrier upon boarding, or to the relevant agent at the border if travelling by ground transport. In addition, anyone who meets these criteria must declare their arrival in Italy to the local health authorities.
4. Some bans and restrictions apply to nationals of the following countries or travellers who have been in or transited through the following countries during the previous 14 days: Bulgaria, Roumania, Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bosnia Herzegovina, Chile, Kosovo, Kuwait, North Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Oman, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic, Serbia and Colombia. If that’s your case, pls contact firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
5. Attendees to the Rally of Italy coming from “the rest of the world” countries, i.e. other than those mentioned above, (e.g.: from Turkey, Russia), may enter our country and avoid quarantine, submitting a request of authorization to attend the Rally of Italy to the following email office address of the Health Ministry Dpt firstname.lastname@example.org (c/c to email@example.com and to firstname.lastname@example.org) which will issue a communication and Guidelines to be observed, including a form to be signed with details of the negative result of a test not older than 72 hours: all such documentation will be submitted to the border and/or health authorities.
IN CONSIDERATION OF THE NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS THAT THE HEALTH DPT. IS RECEIVING AND OF POTENTIAL DELAYS, WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THE PARTIES CONCERNED TO SUBMIT THEIR REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE.
The following regulatory sources apply to the participation in the RIS:
Parties committed to comply with the Covid-19 Protocols (Stakeholders)
See Article 3 of Appendix S (https://www.fia.com/regulation/category/123)
Venue areas of application:
Appendix S and the ACI Sport DSA Protocols establish the division of the event Site into High Density Area (HDA) and Low Density Area (LDA) respectively highlighted in red and yellow in the plans of the RIS20 venues.
The following areas are part of the HDA (attached layout) of RIS20:
- the Millelire dock service park (here)
- part of the service park Piazzale della Pace (here)
- the race direction and its pertinences within the event’s headquarters (here)
Procedures before the arrival in Sardinia:
Forms are available on the web menu: https://2020.rallyitaliasardegna.com/covid-19/?lang=en
(Contents/forms transmitted so far by Attendees/Stakeholders are acknowledged)
A. Stakeholders /Attendees who have attended a WRC event this year and International Stakeholders/Attendees who have not attended a WRC event this year
1. Each Attendee fills the On-line Form Motorsport Operators/Staff on Duty (no need to print, sign and send to emails)
2. Each Attendee signs the Attendee Commitment attached to the WRC Stakeholder Commitment Form and sends it to his/her own Stakeholder Responsible
The Stakeholder Responsible is to
3. complete the FIA Covered Event Attendee List
4. sign the WRC Stakeholder commitment Form
5. send to covid19_WRC@fia.com the documents mentioned in points 2.3.4.
6. send to email@example.com the List in point 3
B. National Stakeholders and Attendees who have not attended a WRC event this year
1. Each Attendee fills the On-line Form Motorsport Operators/Staff on Duty; the completed form will be automatically sent to his/her email; it must be signed and forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Each Attendee signs the Attendee Commitment attached to the WRC Stakeholder Commitment and sends it to his/her own Stakeholder Responsible
The Stakeholder Responsible is to
3. fill the Elenco Personale Coinvolto/Stakeholders Attendees List and send it to email@example.com
4. complete the FIA Covered Event Attendee List
5. Sign the WRC Stakeholder commitment Form
6. send to covid19_WRC@fia.com the documents mentioned in points 2.4.5
7. send to firstname.lastname@example.org the List in point 4
Process and Information once in Sardinia
Attendees who begin to suffer from any COVID-19 Symptoms while outside the Venue must report to their Stakeholder and to the local medical facility. In case of a positive result, the local medical facility may address to quarantine.
Medical facility at Alghero
ATS- Local Health prevention: Ospedale Civile, via don Minzoni.
An Attendee who begins to suffer from any COVID-19 Symptoms while at the Venue or during the event, or is identified as having had any Close Contact with a person who is or may be an infected person, must report immediately to quarantine and follow the instructions of the CMO/DCMO. A hospital is installed close to the Service Park Piazzale della Pace.
We remind that it is always mandatory to respect the social distancing of at least one meter in all occasions, to wear a protective mask and wash your hands frequently using the sanitizing liquids available at the triage/isolation areas and at the entrance of the HQ areas.
Process before the start of the RIS20
Only the Stakeholder representative will be admitted to the Accreditation Centre, inside the yellow area of the Rally HQ, to collect the relevant accreditations and supplies for attending the Rally Italia Sardegna 2020.
Attendees who are negative to Covid-19 will be allowed to participate in the RIS20 and will be allowed to access the areas of the event according to their profile (1 – 2). The entry accreditation wristband must be worn until the end of the RIS20 in order to avoid forbidden entrance to the areas of the event.
The wristband can be replaced upon return of the damaged one.
Process during the RIS20:
Access to the different areas will be controlled by means of different color wristbands.
At the entrance of each site a triage area is installed, where body temperature will be checked and an isolation/waiting area is available if the temperature is higher than 37.5° C.
Should the second check confirm that temperature is higher than 37.5° C., the attendee will remain isolated and follow the instructions of the CMO.
For information and communications: email@example.com