Italy to introduce new COVID-19 pass for travel

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Published on Apr 21, 2021 | Last updated on Jun 8, 2021

Italy will introduce new COVID-19 pass for travel in high-risk zones as some restrictions will be eased from 26 April (The Local – Italy, 20.04.2021). Italian government extends quarantine requirement for travelers from European countries until 30 April (The Local, 08.04.2021).

International Restrictions:
 
 The latest Italian decree in effect from 6 March – 6 April 2021, provides International travel restrictions have been slightly updated in terms of country lists:
 There are no travel bans, but travel to and from any non-EU/non-Schengen country is solely allowed for work, health, study, or other urgent reasons. The exceptions to this requirement are Australia, New Zealand, the Republic of Korea, Rwanda, Singapore, and Thailand. 14 days quarantine is required for any non-EU/non-Schengen country. Testing is required for ALL persons entering Italy. Exceptions apply for personnel of diplomatic missions or international organizations.
 For specific and detailed requirements for entering Italy you should consult this here from the Italian Ministry of foreign Affairs and below:

*From within the EU:

Italy adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Italy are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

In case of stay or transit through EU countries (List C) during the 14 days prior to the entrance in Italy, entry is permitted without the need to specify the reason for travelling.

Specific and updated rules for each country of origin are available at ViaggiareSicuri

Before embarking on a trip to Italy, make sure that your Region of destination has no further measures in place. For additional information, some useful regional contacts are available.