Country you go anti Covid rules you find. To travel to Italy you must comply with a series of ordinances of the Ministry of Health. But there is no shortage of measures to go abroad: those decided by the individual states and indicated on the “Viaggiareidia” website of the Farnesina crisis unit are in force. But after a year passed with a thousand limitations, now you can organize a trip in safety knowing the rules of the country you want to reach
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Travel to Italy
For those coming from the countries of the European Union and the Schengen area, as well as from Great Britain and Israel, quarantine is no longer envisaged. To enter our country it will be necessary to have a negative molecular or antigen test carried out in the previous 48 hours. Those who do not report the swab results will have to perform a 10-day quarantine and a swab at the end of the isolation. For those coming from Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Rwanda, Singapore, Thailand, Japan, Canada and the United States, they must show the result of a negative test carried out in the previous 72 hours, communicate their entry into Italy and carry out a quarantine 10 days, at the end of which you will have to undergo a new tampon. On the other hand, entry is forbidden for those coming from Brazil, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. There are some exceptions but those coming from Brazil will have to have a negative swab carried out in the previous 48, undergo a new swab once in Italy within 48 hours and the mandatory 10-day quarantine and do a third swab at the end of isolation. Those arriving from India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, on the other hand, must show the negative result of the swab carried out at least 72 hours before, undergo a new swab at the airport, carry out the 10-day quarantine in a Covid hotel and finally make a new one test. Finally, from all other countries, it is possible to enter Italy only for reasons of work, health, study, absolute urgency or return to one’s home, home or residence, always showing the result of a negative swab carried out 72 hours before departure. and undergoing quarantine for 10 days.
Travel from Italy
Each country has its own rules, which are also different within the European Union. Here they are:
Entry into Spain is allowed from all European countries and countries belonging to the Schengen area, without quarantine obligation. There is the obligation to present a negative molecular test carried out within 72 hours prior to entry. Rapid tests are not allowed, not even for the Canary Islands.
Incoming travelers are required to fulfill four requirements: to have a negative test carried out 72 hours before departure; fill in an online form (“travel locator form”) in the two days prior to departure in which address and telephone number must be provided; carry out a 10-day quarantine, which is reduced to 5 if you arrive from a country not included in the black list and make a paid swab; carry out 2 covid tests on the second and eighth day of isolation, to be booked and paid for before entering the country at a cost of 210 pounds.
The authorities strongly advise against entry from EU countries. Anyone who still wants to go to the country (with the exception of children under 11) must show a negative molecular test carried out in the previous 72 hours and complete a self-certification.
Anyone entering the country must show documentation before boarding that proves that they have been vaccinated (with both doses or one if they have had Covid), cured or have tested negative for a molecular or antigenic swab carried out in the previous 48 hours. This obligation does not apply to children under 6 years of age.
Upon entry into the country, passengers residing in EU countries, the Schengen area, the United Kingdom, the USA, the United Arab Emirates, Serbia and Israel must have a negative molecular test (in English), carried out in the 72 hours prior to the arrival, or – alternatively – a certificate of vaccination. For the other passengers, the 7-day quarantine continues. Those arriving in Greece can also be subjected to a sample test, which is mandatory. If the result is positive, he will have to carry out a 14-day quarantine in a covid hotel.
Entry into the country is forbidden for travelers who, in the previous 14 days, have been in a country of the Schengen area (including Italy), in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Brazil, South Africa, China or Iran.
The borders will reopen on June 27 and in addition the current legislation does not allow travel for tourism reasons from Italy to Tunisia. In any case, all those who enter the country must have a negative molecular swab performed in the previous 48 hours, download an app to register, undergo a 7-day quarantine in covid hotels and carry out a second swab. People who have already been vaccinated (who will still have to carry out fiduciary isolation), minors accompanied by vaccinated people and passengers on special tourist flights organized by local authorities are excluded from the quarantine in the hotel.