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Covid in italy - how to travel to italy during covid

Traveling to Italy Summer 2021

Traveling to Italy Summer 2021

Covid in italy - how to travel to italy during covid

Measures valid until 31 July 2021.

When Can I Fly To Italy?

Holders of a digital green certificate, also known as the COVID passport can travel to Italy and within the EU freely. The COVID passport also allowing American citizens to enter the EU member states.

Travellers arriving from EU countries, the Schengen AreaUnited Kingdom and Israel can enter Italy without having to stay in the compulsory quarantine provided that a negative result was obtained from a molecular or antigenic swab taken no more than 48 hours prior to their entry into Italy.

Travelers from Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Korea, Singapore, Rwanda, Thailand, Canada, United States of America CAN TRAVEL to Italy without an essential reason, but must isolate themselves for 10 days.

Travellers arriving on Covid-tested flights are required to hand in the negative result of the molecular test (RT PCR) or antigenic test, carried out by means of a swab, no later than 48 hours prior to boarding, and take another molecular (RT PCR) or antigen swab test upon arrival at the destination airport. More info

Children who haven’t been able to get a COVID-19 vaccine should be able to travel with their vaccinated parents if they have a negative PCR coronavirus test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival, the EU says. Member states could require additional testing upon arrival.

How to travel to Italy during COVID-19

  • It is mandatory to wear a mask in public places indoors and outdoors.

Those who are NOT required to wear masks:

– people who are carrying out sports activities

– children under the age of 6

– people with disabilities or conditions incompatible with the use of a mask;

  • It is mandatory to maintain the safe distance of at least one meter from non-cohabiting people.

You can travel by car or taxi with up to 3 non-cohabiting people including the driver. Everyone in the car must wear a mask.

  • Public transport can operate with 50% of passengers.
  • Movement between different Italian regions will be permitted, except Val D’Aosta as for now.
  • Curfew is at 11PM. From June 7th, curfew will be moved to midnight. From June 21, night curfew will be lifted.
  • Restaurants, cafes, theatres and cinemas with outdoor seating open. Indoor seating will open on June 1st for lunch with limitations and social distancing.
  • Access to free beaches and equipped beaches is allowed.
  • Outdoor swimming pools can be accessed by a limited number of people and preferably on booking.
  • Indoor swimming pools and wellness centres will be open from 1 July.
  • The shops shall remain open, and must display a sign indicating the maximum number of people allowed inside at any particular time.
  • The accommodation facilities are open.
  • Museums and other cultural institutions are also open.
  •  Theme and amusement parks will be able to reopen to the public as of 15 June.