FAQs on Coronavirus testing
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.
Do I need a Green Pass to travel in Italy?
Italy for now will recognise proof of negative Covid Tests (PCR or antigen) or proof of a vaccination recognised by the EU. The Green Pass is expected to be gradually rolled out in summe (after mid-June). At that stage, it is suggested to check with official Italian sources or with your airline.
Where can I get a PCR test to detect the infection Coronavirus in Italy?
If you want to do a private test, you can find laboratories or pharmacies in Italy that offers this service. On faiuntestevai.it
we have over 4,000 centres throughout Italy offering different types of Covid-19 tests, including PCR tests.
What is a Covid-19 serological test?
Serological tests can be used by scientists to measure the antibody response of an individual who can help you determine if someone is infected with the virus COVID-19 in the past. These tests might be of interest to an individual if they had not carried out a PCR test when he suffered from symptoms in the past or to determine if someone has had an infection asymptotic.
Although many clinics and private laboratories provide serological tests, these are not generally used by the travel or the target locations concerned about the current health of someone and if you have been infected by the virus.
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