COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.
The Ministry of Health has introduced a second ordinance on 28 April 2022 regarding international travel to Italy. Its provisions are valid 1-31 May 2022:
• A basic Green Pass (either vaccination with an EMA-recognized vaccine, proof of recovery from COVID-19, or a negative COVID-19 test from the previous 48 hours) continues to be required for all travelers, regardless of country of origin, to enter Italy.
• A Passenger Locator Form (PLF) is no longer required to enter Italy.
Entering this country from outside an EU Member State or Schengen Associated country.
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Note: as of 1 March, the same rules as for travel from EU and Schengen Associated countries will apply.
Travellers must provide all the following documents: 1. A valid 'EU Digital COVID Certificate' (EUDCC), or documents equivalent to the 'EU Digital COVID Certificate'. Details in the sections below.
Holders of 'EU Digital Covid Certificates' (EUDCC), or documents equivalent to the 'EU Digital COVID Certificate', can enter Italy without being subject to quarantine, if their EUDCC contains one of the following:
Proof of full vaccination;
Proof of recovery from COVID-19. Validity: 180 days (6 months) from the first positive swab.
Note: to access public places in Italy, certificates with a full primary vaccination series are valid for 6 months. Please, consult the Measures section for further details A negative result to a pre-departure molecular test (valid 72 hours) or to a rapid antigen test (valid 48 hours).
Entering this country without the EU Digital COVID certificate or with a certificate not compliant with national requirements: travellers who do not hold the documents requested must self-isolate for 5 days, at the address indicated on the Passenger Locator Form, and perform an antigen or molecular test at the end of the self-isolation period.
Children younger than 6 are exempt from pre-departure testing requirements and from the obligation to self-isolate.
Children aged 6 or older must respect the same rules foreseen for adults.
These rules are valid until 31 May 2022.