Italy: stop quarantine from non-EU countries, only vaccination certificate or a negative rapid test needed

From today it is easier to travel in Italy. The Ministry of Health says no more quarantine from non-EU countries. For arrivals from all non-European countries the same rules already in force for European countries apply. To enter Italy, one of the conditions of the Italian basic green pass is sufficient: vaccination certificate, recovery certificate or negative test. Only in the event of failure to present one of these certifications, the quarantine measure will be applied at the address indicated in the digital Passenger Locator Form, for a period of 5 days, with the obligation to undergo a molecular or antigenic test, carried out for tampon medium, at the end of this period.
The certifications can be exhibited in digital or paper format. Children under the age of six are exempt from carrying out the molecular or antigen test.

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