Access to counters in the territory

From 1 February 2022 to 31 March 2022, as stipulated in Decree-Law no. 1 of 7/01/2022, only those with the green covid-19 certification, i.e. those with at least the basic green pass, can access offices and counters:

  • after vaccination;
  • with a negative test within the previous 72 hours if molecular and within the previous 48 hours if rapid antigenic;
  • if you have been cured of covid-19 for no more than six months.

A maximum of four users are allowed on the premises at any one time, to ensure an interpersonal distance of at least one metre.
Users will wait for their turn outside, taking care to maintain an interpersonal distance of at least 1 metre.

Both indoors and outdoors, until otherwise indicated, it is compulsory to wear the correct mask (FFP2 requirement indoors). 

We strongly recommend that you go to the offices only for urgent and unmistakable reasons, favouring the call centre services, prontoweb, the ABweb app and the email sportelloonline@acquebresciane.it.

IT IS ALWAYS FORBIDDEN to enter the company with flu symptoms and/or a fever over 37.5°, or in the event of contact with people who are positive for the virus.

Update Covid-19

Acque Bresciane, in compliance with health directives, is continuing its activity in the supply areas through the work of its technical staff.

Acque Bresciane immediately took part in the working group set up by the National Institute of Health, Environment and Waste  and contributed to the drafting of the following documents:

 

Covid-19 and water

- Is drinking tap water safe?
Drinking tap water is safe. The purification practices to which tap water is subjected are effective in the abatement of viruses, together with environmental conditions that compromise virus viability (temperature, sunlight, high pH levels) and the final stage of disinfection. [National Institute of Health]

- Does hand washing really help prevent coronavirus infection?
Hand washing and hand disinfection are the key to preventing infection. Wash your hands often and thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds (better 40-60). If soap and water are not available, you can also use an alcohol-based hand disinfectant with at least 60% alcohol. The virus enters the body through the eyes, nose and mouth, so avoid touching them with unwashed hands. [National Institute of Health]

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