Many of Italy’s ski resorts reopened this month for the first time since march 2020 when they were forced to close as COVID swept across the country. The industry as a whole lost billions. Even with a spike in cases, and omicron looming, ski operators have a new plan they say will keep people safe. Special correspondent Adam Raney reports from northern Italy’s Dolomite mountains.
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