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Italian ski resorts get ready to open after two seasons lost to Covid

Operators greet reopening with cautious optimism with bookings coming in mainly from Italy

Enrico Rossi was among the protesters in Bardonecchia when the Italian government decided in February to maintain a Covid shutdown on ski resorts just hours before the slopes were due to reopen.

Rossi described the loss of the ski season as a tragedy for the small town and others in the Susa Valley, Piedmont, especially after the 2020 season had also been cut short.

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