FAQs on Coronavirus testing
What tests are accepted for travel to other EU countries?
The European Union has agreed on a list of rapid tests (antigen) accepted in all EU countries.
To be valid in the European Union and in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the tests (molecular or antigenic) have sensitivity equal to or greater than 90% and specificity equal to or higher than 97%. The result must be in English or in a language recognized in the country where you are going.
In addition the following information must be present on the result:
Read more details on the website of the EU
- Date of birth
- Type of Test, including the name of the manufacturer of the test (for antigen tests)
- Name infection tested (SARS-CoV-2)
- Date and time
- Test Center Details
Can I take a Coronavirus test at an Italian airport before my departure?
Some airports can make a molecular or rapid test to detect the Coronavirus infection. If the airport from you are travelling does not have this option, you must carry out a test in the city where you are staying before going to the airport. On faiuntestevai.it
offers you the chance to find a centre to carry out a test before departure, it reports both centres available directly at airports and those closest in adjacent cities.
What is the cost for a PCR test in Italy?
As for the cost of other medical services, the prices for a 19-Covid Private molecular test can vary from place to place. In some cases, the price is set by the regions in which the structure performs the test. On average, the cost you can get around 60 € - 80 €. At faiuntestevai.it
we try to provide cost information for test centres included on our platform.
Do I need a doctor's prescription for a rapid antigen Covid test in Italy?
Usually antigen tests do not require the prescription of a doctor in Italy. However, it is good to inform your doctor about the values of the results in order to enable it to assess whether or not there is the need to prescribe a possible molecular tests.
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