What’s on

 

January 2021

 

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Coronavirus COVID-19 up dates

All events suggested

in this calendar

are respectful of the new rules

established to avoid the spread of

Coronavirus

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Last important news:

Everyday
“a dusk-to-dawn curfew”
is active in 
Milan from 22.00 to 05.00

 it is however allowed
to leave one’s home
only for
proven urgencies
such as work or health
and with a self-certification.

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Until March 5th
(after the limit of the curfew)

from 05.00 to 22.00
it is now allowed to move
within one’s own municipality.
Movements to other municipalities
are now allowed too
always with a self-certification
proving work needs,
situations of necessity or health reasons.

It is allowed
to return to one’s own residence
and to other properties owned

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Shops, hairdressers and beauty centres
are allowed to reopen without limitations
maintaining the usual respect
for interpersonal distances of at least one meter, staggered entrances
and frequent sanitation
of the premises and exhibition spaces.

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Restaurants, bars, pubs, ice-cream and pastry shops
must be closed
Only home deliveries are allowed

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In this What’s On
many events may be subjected to change
We suggest you to verify our information
from their published websites

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All the activities inside amusement arcades,
gyms and swimming pools
betting rooms, bingo halls and casinos,
theaters, concert halls, cinemas and in other
public spaces, even outdoors,
are suspended.

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To know more
please scroll down till
the related page

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This What’s On is a work in progress; as soon as we
receive more information we add them day by day.

Please note that opening times and fees could be changed without notice.

Any last minute changes will be highlighted
whenever possible.

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Highlights

 

Sales

In Milan the sales begin on Thursday 7th January and will last for 60 days until the 7th March

 

Milan Men’s Fashion Week

From 15th to 19th January. https://www.cameramoda.it/en/milano-moda-uomo/

 

Films in English

Currently the public does not have access to the cinemas

The following cinemas show films in the original language, mainly in English, with or without Italian subtitles.

Monday: Cinema Anteo, Palazzo del Cinema, Piazza XXV Aprile • M2 Moscova or Garibaldi;
Tuesday: Cinema Arcobaleno Film Center, Viale Tunisia 11 • M1 Porta Venezia

Wednesday: Cinema CityLife Anteo, Piazza Tre Torri, 1/L • M5 Tre Torri

Thursday: Cinema Mexico, Via Savona 57 • M2 Porta Genova F.S., tram 14

Friday: Cinema Ducale Multisala, Piazza Napoli 27 • tram 14, bus 90/91

€5/7.50; 10 films subscription €38.00.

More info at http://www.spaziocinema.info/cinema/rassegne/sound-motion-pictures-2018-2019-milano (in Italian)

Every day: Cinema Beltrade, Via Oxilia 10 • M1 Pasteur, tram 1

info@cinemabeltrade.net, tel. 02 26 82 05 92

 

 

Football at San Siro Stadium

Currently the public does not have access to the stadium. The matches are played behind closed doors

Cancellations

Due to the Corona Virus restraint some of the Symphony Orchestras of Milan are forced to cancel the scheduled concerts. Cinemas and theaters in Milan are forced to close their doors too. Same situation for gyms and sports centers. See in our What’s On each daily event.

 

January 2021

Calendar

We regret to inform you

that the calendar of events

will be temporarily reduced.

 
Although many events have been canceled 

this calendar is a work in progress

as soon as we receive more information

we will add them day by day.

All published events are contingent

in respect of the security protocols

for the contrast and containment

of the covid-19 virus

 

 

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Friday

 

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Saturday

 

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3rd

Sunday


From 13.00: Harness racing behind closed doors
. “Algiers Hall Prize.” It is only possible to bet online https://www.snaitech.it/en/activity/products-and-services/horse-race-betting. Ippodromo del Trotto, Viale Piccolomini 2 • M5 San Siro Ippodromo

 

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Monday

 

 

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Tuesday

 

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6th
Wednesday

This day also marks the last ‘red zone’ day during Italy’s lockdown restrictions.

09.00–14.30: Lombard farmers’ market. Goat and cow cheeses, dairy products, bee products, jams, meat, eggs, fruit, vegetables, flour, bakery, cereals, legumes, bread, wine, ornamental plants. Piazza Santa Francesca Romana • M1 Porta Venezia

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Thursday

Sales begin today

From today shops can reopen without limitations, maintaining the usual respect for interpersonal distances of at least one meter, staggered entrances and frequent sanitation of the premises and exhibition spaces.

Today, restaurants and bars can stay open until 18.00, after which they can provide take-away and home delivery services.

 

09.00–14.30: Lombard farmers’ market. Goat and cow cheeses, dairy products, bee products, jams, meat, eggs, fruit, vegetables, flour, bakery, cereals, legumes, bread, wine, ornamental plants.  Piazza San Nazaro in Brolo 5 (Corso di Porta Romana) • M3 Missori

 

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8th

Friday

Today, restaurants and bars can stay open until 18.00, after which they can provide take-away and home delivery services.

From 13.00: Harness racing behind closed doors. “Angus Hall Prize.” It is only possible to bet online https://www.snaitech.it/en/activity/products-and-services/horse-race-betting. Ippodromo del Trotto, Viale Piccolomini 2 • M5 San Siro Ippodromo

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9th

Saturday

Today, bars and restaurants will be closed; however shops, hairdressers and beauty centres are allowed to open.

09.00–14.00: Lombard farmers’ market. Goat and cow cheeses, dairy products, bee products, jams, meat, eggs, fruit, vegetables, flour, bakery, cereals, legumes, bread, wine, ornamental plants. Piazza Durante • M1, M2 Loreto

 

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10th
Sunday

Today, bars and restaurants will be closed; however shops, hairdressers and beauty centres are allowed to open.

From 13.00: Harness racing behind closed doors. “Napoleon Bar Prize.” It is only possible to bet online https://www.snaitech.it/en/activity/products-and-services/horse-race-betting. Ippodromo del Trotto, Viale Piccolomini 2 • M5 San Siro Ippodromo

 

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Monday

 

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Tuesday

 

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13th
Wednesday

 

09.00–14.30: Lombard farmers’ market. Goat and cow cheeses, dairy products, bee products, jams, meat, eggs, fruit, vegetables, flour, bakery, cereals, legumes, bread, wine, ornamental plants. Piazza Santa Francesca Romana • M1 Porta Venezia

 

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14th
Thursday

 

09.00–14.30: Lombard farmers’ market. Goat and cow cheeses, dairy products, bee products, jams, meat, eggs, fruit, vegetables, flour, bakery, cereals, legumes, bread, wine, ornamental plants.  Piazza San Nazaro in Brolo 5 (Corso di Porta Romana) • M3 Missori

 

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15th
Friday

 

From 13.00: Harness racing behind closed doors. “Argo Ve Prize.” It is only possible to bet online https://www.snaitech.it/en/activity/products-and-services/horse-race-betting. Ippodromo del Trotto, Viale Piccolomini 2 • M5 San Siro Ippodromo

 

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Saturday

 

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17th
Sunday

 

From 13.00: Harness racing behind closed doors. “Ettore e Mario Barbetta G. Prize (GR3)” It is only possible to bet online https://www.snaitech.it/en/activity/products-and-services/horse-race-betting. Ippodromo del Trotto, Viale Piccolomini 2 • M5 San Siro Ippodromo

 

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Monday

 

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Tuesday

 

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20th
Wednesday

 

09.00–14.30: Lombard farmers’ market. Goat and cow cheeses, dairy products, bee products, jams, meat, eggs, fruit, vegetables, flour, bakery, cereals, legumes, bread, wine, ornamental plants. Piazza Santa Francesca Romana • M1 Porta Venezia

 

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21st
Thursday

 

09.00–14.30: Lombard farmers’ market. Goat and cow cheeses, dairy products, bee products, jams, meat, eggs, fruit, vegetables, flour, bakery, cereals, legumes, bread, wine, ornamental plants.  Piazza San Nazaro in Brolo 5 (Corso di Porta Romana) • M3 Missori

 

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22nd
Friday

 

From 13.00: Harness racing behind closed doors. “Fauve Grif Prize.” It is only possible to bet online https://www.snaitech.it/en/activity/products-and-services/horse-race-betting. Ippodromo del Trotto, Viale Piccolomini 2 • M5 San Siro Ippodromo

 

21.00: Symphony concert. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 in F minor, Op. 36, Andante sostenuto — Moderato con anima (F minor) — Moderato assai, quasi Andante (B major – F major) — Allegro vivo (F minor).Streaming on the web portal of the Giuseppe Verdi Symphony Orchestra. https://streaming.laverdi.org/

 

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23rd
Saturday

 

09.00–14.00: Lombard farmers’ market. Goat and cow cheeses, dairy products, bee products, jams, meat, eggs, fruit, vegetables, flour, bakery, cereals, legumes, bread, wine, ornamental plants. Piazza Durante • M1, M2 Loreto

 

18.30: Contemporary music. Edoardo Dadone’s Esercizio di Morsura, for ensemble; Yukiko Watanabe’s Die Geschmolzene Heimat, per ensemble; Tristan Murail’s Seven lakes drive, per ensemble; La chambre des cartes, per ensemble; Franco Donatoni’s L’ultima sera, for mezzo-soprano and five performers. Performed by Divertimento Ensemble, with Alda Caiello mezzo-soprano; conducted by Sandro Gorli. Broadcast on the web tv Divertimento Ensemble Digital Stage, and available on www.divertimentoensemble.tv for three days from 18.30 on Saturday 23rd January. Subscription to Web Tv Divertimento Ensemble Digital Stage, 40€ annual; 5€ monthly.

 

19.00: Opera. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Così Fan Tutte”; performed by Teatro alla Scala Chorus and Orchestra; conducted by Giovanni Antonini. Free live streaming on RaiPlay, www.raicultura.it and www.teatroallascala.org.The recording will be available for two days until 25 January.

 

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24th
Sunday

 

From 13.00: Harness racing behind closed doors. “Iglesias Prize.” It is only possible to bet online https://www.snaitech.it/en/activity/products-and-services/horse-race-betting. Ippodromo del Trotto, Viale Piccolomini 2 • M5 San Siro Ippodromo

 

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Monday

 

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Tuesday

 

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27th
Wednesday

8-12:15pm EST/2-6 and15pm CET: Online Global Health Practitioner Conference. CORE Group, established in 1997 and based in Washington D.C, and collaborators, including the World Health Organization, convene to discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic is threatening progress made in prioritizing early childhood, child and adolescent health as global health systems struggle to respond to this crisis rapidly. Speakers include: Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General, World Health Organization; Zoleka Mandela, Founder of the Zoleka Mandela Foundation; Ambassador Marianne Kress, Director of Migration, Stabilisation and Fragility, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Denmark; Lisa Hilmi, Executive Director, CORE Group; Andrew Morley, CEO/President, World Vision International; Dr. Maria Neira, Director Department of Environment, Climate Change and Health, World Health Organization; Cecilia Vaca Jones, Executive Director, Bernard van Leer Foundation; Mercy Juma, Journalist, BBC Afric. Registration: https://bit.ly/GHPC2021;  For further information contact: Cathy Bartley; cathy.bartley@bartley-robbs.co.uk. Tel: +44 7958561671

 

09.00–14.30: Lombard farmers’ market. Goat and cow cheeses, dairy products, bee products, jams, meat, eggs, fruit, vegetables, flour, bakery, cereals, legumes, bread, wine, ornamental plants. Piazza Santa Francesca Romana • M1 Porta Venezia

 

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Thursday

 

8-1pm EST/2-7pm CET: Online Global Health Practitioner Conference. CORE Group, established in 1997 and based in Washington D.C, and collaborators, including the World Health Organization, convene to discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic is threatening progress made in prioritizing early childhood, child and adolescent health as global health systems struggle to respond to this crisis rapidly. Speakers include: Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General, World Health Organization; Zoleka Mandela, Founder of the Zoleka Mandela Foundation; Ambassador Marianne Kress, Director of Migration, Stabilisation and Fragility, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Denmark; Lisa Hilmi, Executive Director, CORE Group; Andrew Morley, CEO/President, World Vision International; Dr. Maria Neira, Director Department of Environment, Climate Change and Health, World Health Organization; Cecilia Vaca Jones, Executive Director, Bernard van Leer Foundation; Mercy Juma, Journalist, BBC Afric. Registration: https://bit.ly/GHPC2021;  For further information contact: Cathy Bartley; cathy.bartley@bartley-robbs.co.uk. Tel: +44 7958561671

 

09.00–14.30: Lombard farmers’ market. Goat and cow cheeses, dairy products, bee products, jams, meat, eggs, fruit, vegetables, flour, bakery, cereals, legumes, bread, wine, ornamental plants.  Piazza San Nazaro in Brolo 5 (Corso di Porta Romana) • M3 Missori

 

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29th
Friday

 

From 13.00: Harness racing behind closed doors. “Sj’s Photo Prize.” It is only possible to bet online https://www.snaitech.it/en/activity/products-and-services/horse-race-betting. Ippodromo del Trotto, Viale Piccolomini 2 • M5 San Siro Ippodromo

 

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Saturday

 

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31st
Sunday

 

From 13.00: Harness racing behind closed doors. “Igor Font Prize.” It is only possible to bet online at https://www.snaitech.it/en/activity/products-and-services/horse-race-betting.  Ippodromo del Trotto, Viale Piccolomini 2 • M5 San Siro Ippodromo

 

 

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General advice for the public

and basic

protective measures

against the new coronavirus.

For more info see https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019

Take care of your health and protect others by doing the following:

Wash your hands frequently
Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water.
Why?
Washing your hands with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand rub kills viruses that may be on your hands.

Maintain social distancing
Maintain at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing.
Why?
When someone coughs or sneezes they spray small liquid droplets from their nose or mouth which may contain virus. If you are too close, you can breathe in the droplets, including the COVID-19 virus if the person coughing has the disease.

Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth
Why?
Hands touch many surfaces and can pick up viruses. Once contaminated, hands can transfer the virus to your eyes, nose or mouth. From there, the virus can enter your body and can make you sick.

Practice respiratory hygiene
Make sure you, and the people around you, follow good respiratory hygiene. This means covering your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze.

Then dispose of the used tissue immediately.
Why?
Droplets spread virus. By following good respiratory hygiene you protect the people around you from viruses such as cold, flu and COVID-19. If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early. Stay home if you feel unwell. If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention and call in advance.

Follow the directions of your local health authority.
Why?
National and local authorities will have the most up to date information on the situation in your area. Calling in advance will allow your health care provider to quickly direct you to the right health facility. This will also protect you and help prevent spread of viruses and other infections.

Stay informed and follow advice given by your healthcare provider
Stay informed on the latest developments about COVID-19. Follow advice given by your healthcare provider, your national and local public health authority or your employer on how to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.
Why?
National and local authorities will have the most up to date information on whether COVID-19 is spreading in your area. They are best placed to advise on what people in your area should be doing to protect themselves.

 

These are the latest decisions

by the Lombardy government

to 31st January 2021

What should you know if you are in Milano?


Everyone has to abide by the following rules:

It is forbidden to circulate on the streets from 11.00 pm to 5.00 am, unless there are serious problems.

Everywhere in town it is important to regulate the number of people whether they are walking outdoors or wanting to enter a public place

Everyone has to follow the droplet criterion (at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between themselves and anyone else)

Everyone must respect all the rules on prevention, including wearing masks in all outdoor places. The masks must be worn not only in closed places accessible to the public, but more generally in indoor places and even in private homes (unless cohabiting people).Those who refuse to wear a mask may be fined between €400 and €1,000. Children under six can avoid wearing mask.

Those who carry out intense sport activity can avoid the use of a mask during thier physical activity but must maintain social distancing.

In addition it is important to know:

1) having a fever higher than 37.5° you are strongly recommended to stay at home and to inform your doctor

2) if you are subjected to quarantine or positive for the virus you must stay at home.

Hospitals are regularly open.

Holy masses and all religious activities are regularly open by rules to regulate the number of accesses

Chemist’s shops, pharmacies, groceries, tobacconists, newsagents, petrol pumps, banks, shops, bars, and hairdressers are open but  must close at 18.00. Everyone has to abide by the rules to regulate the number of accesses.

Restaurants, trattorias, pizzerias, self-service, bars, pubs, patisseries, ice-cream shops, fry shops, massage and tanning centers, pools, gyms, all kind of parks, cultural and recreational circles are closed.

Shops are obliged to:

1) privilege access by reservation if they have tables with seats

2) they must allow entry to a limited number of customers at a time

3) where possible set up outdoor spaces such as gardens, terraces, stalls, always respecting the the droplet criterion, at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance

4) avoid self-service

5) accept payments by visa card only

6) make available free hydro-alcoholic solutions for hand hygiene.

Museums, archives, libraries, historic places, monuments and other cultural activities are closed.

The public transport service is currently operating regularly across the entire network. They are carrying out a daily careful disinfection on all vehicles and will regulate the number of accesses. All passengers are requested to respect all the rules on prevention, including wearing masks.

Weekly Street markets can set up their stalls, always in compliance with safety distances.

Grocery supermarkets are open with extended hours giving access to a limited number of customers who must wear masks. Attendants measure body temperature before the entrance.

All parks are normally open to the public. Here it is allowed to walk at a distance of 1 meter (3 feet) from other people, to run at a distance of 2 meters (6 feet) from other people, and sit on the benches at 1 meter (3 feet) from other people.

Individual sporting activities in the parks and gardens are possible wearing a mask and following the droplet criterion (at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between yourself and anyone else).

Area B and Area C are suspended.

Lots of museums, theatres, companies and orchestras are organising activities on their social media pages to entice followers to tour their arts virtually. Please visit their websites for further information on the initiatives.

Schools, universities, exhibitions and art venues, all theatres and cinemas, beauty salons, gyms, sports centres, swimming pools, spas are closed.

All group outdoor sporting and physical activities are totally banned.

Football matches are only allowed for national and international events, but without spectators.

 

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