04.05.2021 – 18:430
You can go to Italy if vaccinated, cured from Covid or with a negative test. This was announced by the Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi.
To travel to Italy from mid-May, it will probably no longer be mandatory to undergo the 5-day quarantine provided for by the ordinance of the Ministry of Health currently in force. Prime Minister Mario Draghi, in fact, presiding over a conference of tourism ministers of the G20 (the group of the 20 most important industrialized and emerging countries) announced the introduction, one month ahead of the schedule set by the European Union, of an Italian “national green pass” which will allow people to travel to the nearby peninsula if vaccinated or cured of Covid or upon presentation of a negative Covid test.
“We must offer clear, simple rules to ensure that tourists can come to us safely. Thanks to the European green pass, tourists will be able to move from one country to another without quarantine, as long as they can be cured of Covid, vaccinated or negative. to a buffer, these are the conditions that are normally required for the Green pass. Pending the European certificate that we hope will come as soon as possible, the Italian government has introduced a national pass that will allow people to move freely between the Regions and which will come into force from the second half of May. So we are not waiting for the second half of June for the European pass but from the second half of May tourists will be able to have the Italian one “, are the words of the premier who concluded:” It has arrived it’s time to book your holidays in Italy. And of course we can’t wait to welcome you again. “