En De
Total doses
given
138.3M
People fully
vaccinated
47.9M
% Fully
vaccinated
79.43%
Masks
Masks are required on public transport
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
5 days required
Passenger Locator Form
Digital Passenger Locator Form required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Movement Restrictions:

01.06.2022

Entry into Italy for people who have stayed or transited; in the previous fourteen days; in one or more States or territories referred to in List C of Annex 20 (can be found in the link inserted above) are obligated to provide along with the Passenger Locator Form (PLF) and the COVID-19 certificate; a 48-hour PCR test or a 24-hour rapid test. In case of not presenting any of these documents; they will have to be quarantined for five days at the address indicated in the PLF; with the obligation to undergo a molecular or antigenic test at the end of that period. ; 1/03/2022: A 48-hour PCR test or a 24-hour rapid test is not mandatory if travelers provide an EU digital COVID certificate or an equal document.; 1/06/2022: Since the 1st June 2022 the green pass is no more required to enter in Italy from EU Member States and other foreign countries; all measures lifted.

24.05.2022

Entry into Italy for people who have stayed or transited; in the previous fourteen days; in one or more States or territories referred to in List C of Annex 20 (can be found in the link inserted above) are obligated to provide along with the Passenger Locator Form (PLF) and the COVID-19 certificate; a 48-hour PCR test or a 24-hour rapid test. In case of not presenting any of these documents; they will have to be quarantined for five days at the address indicated in the PLF; with the obligation to undergo a molecular or antigenic test at the end of that period. ; 1/03/2022: A 48-hour PCR test or a 24-hour rapid test is not mandatory if travellers provide an EU digital COVID certificate or an equal document.; 01/05/2022: PLF is no longer necessary.

18.05.2022

19/04/2021: Anyone who enters the national territory for any duration from foreign states or territories referred to in lists B; C; D and E of annex 20 to the decree of the President of the Council of Ministers 2 March 2021; before their entry into the national territory; is required to fill in a specific localization form in digital format; within the terms and according to the timing identified in a specific circular from the Directorate General for Health Prevention; and to prove it to the carrier or to anyone appointed to carry out checks. 01/05/2022; PLF is no longer necessary.

06.04.2022

17/03/20: Entry ban for individuals other than citizens from countries in the European Union; European Economic Area; and United Kingdom; long-term residents and people with long-term visa or residence permits; family members of EU and EEA citizens; medical personnel and people responsible for transport of goods.; 1/03/2022: The European Union recommends that its member nations remove any non-essential travel bans for vaccinated tourists arriving from third countries starting March 1; 2022.

14.03.2022

Travel with a privately owned vehicle to other Municipalities or Regions in the region are only permitted for work; necessity; health or services that are not available in someone's Municipality. Travel with a privately owned vehicle is allowed only from municipalities with a maximum of 5;000 inhabitants to other municipalities within a radius of 30 km but not to provincial capitals.

02.03.2022

Travel with a privately owned vehicle to other Municipalities or Regions in the region are only permitted for work; necessity; health or services that are not available in someone's Municipality. Travel with a privately owned vehicle is allowed only from municipalities with a maximum of 5;000 inhabitants to other municipalities within a radius of 30 km but not to provincial capitals.

25.02.2022

MoH announced suspension of flights from Bangladesh for 7 days. ; 10/7/2020 - Moh announces closure of borders for 13 high-risk countries: Armenia; Bahrein; Bangladesh; Brasil; Bosnia Herzegovina; Chile; Kuwait; Nrth Macedonia; Moldova; Oman; Panama; Peru; Dominican Republic. ; 24/07/2020 Except for residents of Algeria; Australia; Canada; Georgia; Japan; Morocco; New Zealand; Rwanda; Republic of Korea; Thailand; Tunisia; and Uruguay non-EU and extra Schengen travel restricted to necessities only (work; study; health need). ; 31/07/2020 - List of countries allowed to travel to/from Italy with no restrictions extended to Australia; Canada; Georgia; Japan; Morocco; New Zealand; Rwanda; South Korea; Thailand; Tunisia; Uruguay. Travel restricted to essential (work; study; or health related) to all other countries. ; 09/01/2021 MoH declares travel to and from the UK is not allowed unless for strictly necessary reasons. 14-day quarantine is necessary; regardless of motivation of travelling. ; 14/01/2021 Decree extends emergency status in the country. Travel to and from Brazil has been halted. Country maintains 4 list system with various different requirements for entry for different countries. Travel to and from the EU/EEA is allowed with no specific motivations. A negative PCR test; along with a 14 day quarantine; is required for all entries and returns from and to the country. ; 06/03/2021 travel outside of the country restricted only for necessary reasons. ; 16/06/2021 Free movement through green certificate system within Schengen free movement area and with Canada and USA. Mandatory 5 day quarantine plus negative test required for travellers from the UK. Travel remains prohibited from Sri Lanka; Bangladesh; and India

04.02.2022

16/06/2021 Free movement through green certificate system within Schengen free movement area and with Canada and USA. Mandatory 5-day quarantine plus negative test required for travellers from the UK. Travels remain prohibited from Sri Lanka; Bangladesh; and India. ; 27/11/2021 Persons who have stayed 14 days in South Africa; Lesotho; Botswana; Zimbabwe; Malawi; Mozambique; Namibia; Eswatini; with the exception of Italian citizens; along with their family members are not allowed to enter Italy. For the exceptions; a PCR test is requested upon arrival and a 10-day quarantine which will end only with the conduction of another PCR test. ; From 14/1/2022 the measure is lifted.

29.06.2021

14/01/2021 Decree prohibits in most cases movement between regions until 15/02/2021. Specific exemptions apply for smaller municipalities. ; 23/02/2021 Decree extends prohibition for movement between regions until 27/03/2021. ; 06/03/2021 Decree extends restriction until 27/03/2021. ; 27/03/2021 Decree extends restriction until 06/04/2021. ; 22/04/2021 Decree establishes free movement between yellow Regions. Red and Orange Regions allowed to move freely with a negative test; proof of vaccination; or previous infection. ; 17/06/2021 Decree establishes free movement of people between regions with digital green certificate.

29.06.2021

03/11/2020 Decree issues national curfew from 22:00 to 05:00. Restricts movements only to necessary reasons and to return to one's home. ; 03/12/2020 Decree extends curfew until 15/01/2021. New Years' Eve curfew stands until 07:00 AM of 01/01/2021.n ;14/01/2021 extends curfew until 05/03/2021. ; 06/03/2021 Decree extends curfew until 06/04/2021. ; 01/05/2021 Decree extends Curfew until 30/04/2021. ; 18/05/2021 Decree extends curfew hours from 23:00 to 05:00.; 07/06/2021 Curfew is moved from 00:00 to 05:00. ; 21/06/2021 Curfew lifted nationally as all regions are in yellow and white zone.

29.06.2021

07/06/2021 Curfew is lifted for regions in White Zone.

18.05.2021

06/03/2021 MoH declares region in red zone; movement outside one's home is restricted to essential only. ; 10/05/2021 MoH declares no more red zones active in the country as of last epidemiological update.

03.05.2021

14/01/2021 Decree prohibits in most cases movement between regions until 15/02/2021. Specific exemptions apply for smaller municipalities. ; 23/02/2021 Decree extends prohibition for movement between regions until 27/03/2021. ; 06/03/2021 Decree extends restriction until 27/03/2021. ; 27/03/2021 Decree extends restriction until 06/04/2021. ; 22/04/2021 Decree establishes free movement between yellow Regions. Red and Orange Regions allowed to move freely with a negative test; proof of vaccination; or previous infection.

19.04.2021

Mandatroy PCR/atigen test 48 hours prior to arrival for travellers arriving from Schengen and non-Schengen area. Second test required after 5 days of mandatory quarantine.

19.04.2021

Mandatroy PCR test 48 hours prior to arrival for travellers arriving from EU/EEA.

19.04.2021

06/03/2021 MoH declares region in red zone; movement outside one's home is restricted to essential only.

13.04.2021

06/03/2021 MoH declares region in red zone; movement outside one's home is restricted to essential only.

13.04.2021

For the Easter holidays; the whole country will be under the strictest regulations. No movements from home allowed except for necessary reasons; one visit/trip; of maximum to people; allowed per day.

15.03.2021

26/02/2021 Regional Ordinance declares city and municipality in 'dark orange' zone due to degrading epidemiological situation. Movements restricted only for necessary reasons or work.

15.03.2021

06/03/2021 Regional Ordinance declares city and municipality in 'dark orange' zone due to degrading epidemiological situation. Movements restricted only for necessary reasons or work.

15.03.2021

05/03/2021 Regional Ordinance declares city and municipality in 'red' zone due to degrading epidemiological situation. Movements restricted only for necessary reasons or work.

26.02.2021

08/02/2021 Regional Government decided for further restrictions in the autonomous region for 3 weeks. Inter-regional movements prohibited except for necessary reasons.

12.02.2021

07/02/2021 Regional Decree establishes 28 municipalities in red zone due to worsening epidemiological situation. Movements allowed only for necessary reasons.

12.02.2021

08/02/2021 Red zone established in most part of the region. Not allowed to move from home except for necessary reasons.

12.02.2021

08/02/2021 Red zone established in most part of the region. Inter-regional movement is not allowed unless for necessary reasons.

12.02.2021

Health Ministry Order of 12/08 requires a test for travelers coming from Croatia; Greece; Malta; Spain; and Colombia either 72 hours prior to arrival via nasal swab; or a when arriving in the country if they can guarantee isolation in own home upon arrival. ; 07/09 Decree extends PCR testing requirements until 30/09. ; 21/09 Decree adds France ( limited to: Alvernia-Rodano-Alpi; Corsica; Hauts-de-France; Île-de-France; New Aquitania; Occitania; Provenza-Alpi-Cote Azur) ; 08/10 Decree adds United Kingdom to list of countries which require PCR testing upon arrival or 72 hours prior to arrival in the country. ; 03/12 Decree extends list to All EU/Schengen countries to have a negative PCR/Antigen test at least 48 hours prior to arrival in the country for holiday season. For those returning between 21/12/2020 and 06/01/2021; a mandatory 14 day quarantine; despite a negative test.

12.02.2021

07/02/2021 Due to two identified cases of the latest SARS-CoV-2 variants in the municipality of Chiusi; population is put in lockdown for 1 week. A mass-testing effort of the whole municipality is underway in oder to identify citizens possibly infected of the 8000 residents.

12.02.2021

07/02/2021 Regional Decree establishes 28 municipalities in red zone due to worsening epidemiological situation. Inter-regional movements prohibited.

12.02.2021

05/02/2021 Regional Decree establishes selected municipalities in red zone. Non-necessary movements are prohibited except for working reasons.

12.02.2021

05/02/2021 Regional Decree establishes selected municipalities in red zone. Inter-regional movements are prohibited except for working reasons.

28.01.2021

15/01/2021 MoH establishes red zone due to the epidemiological situation in the region. Non-essential travelling or movements from one's house are not allowed.

15.01.2021

05/12/2020 Decree prohibits any movement between municipalities; cities; or regions; unless for necessary reason. It is also prohibited to reach one's own second residence or house.

14.01.2021

Recommendation to stay at home (use e.g. Leave if possible). Decree of the President of the Council 08 March 2020. The decree differentiates public health measures according to the affected areas.

14.01.2021

Regional Ordinance N. 422 of 15/10 has put the three municipalities under lockdown until further notice. This entails closure of public spaces; public transport; restaurants and cafes; and restricts movements to only necessities.

14.01.2021

8/01/2021 MoH has declared Region in the orange zone. Movements outside the region and municipality allowed only for necessities.

21.12.2020

Population strongly urged to stay at home and limit non-essential movements. Both from municipality of residence and within it.

18.12.2020

12/08 Regional Decree requires Sicilian Citizens and crew members returning from Greece; Spain; and Malta to be tested upon returning to Sicily.

18.12.2020

10/11 MoH declares Abruzzo's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Abruzzo is now in the orange scenario. Movements in and around the region are forbidden. ; 27/11 places region in red zone; measure extended until 03/12. ; 10/12/2020 MoH declares region in orange zone; measure extended until 15/01/2021.

18.12.2020

13/11 MoH declares Campania's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Campania is now in the red scenario. Movements not allowed except for necessary reasons. ; 27/11 MoH declares region still red; measure extended until 03/12. ; 05/12/2020 MoH declares region in orange zone; measure extended until 15/01/2021.

18.12.2020

10/11 MoH declares Blozano's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Bolzano is now in the red scenario. Movements restricted to essential only. ; 27/11 MoH declares region still red; extends measure until 03/12. ; 05/12/2020 MoH declares region in organge zone; measure extended until 15/01/2021.

18.12.2020

13/11 MoH declares Toscana's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Toscana is now in the red scenario. Movements not allowed except for necessary reasons. ; 27/11 MoH declares region still red; measure extended until 03/12. ; 05/12/2020 MoH declares region in organge zone; measure extended until 15/01/2021.

18.12.2020

04/11 MoH declares Valle d'Aosta's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Valle d'Aosta is now in the red scenario. Movements restricted to essential only. ; 27/11 MoH declare region still red; measure extended until 03/12. ; 05/12/2020 MoH declares region in organge zone; measure extended until 15/01/2021. .

03.12.2020

04/11 MoH declares Calabria's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Calabria is now in the red scenario. Restricted movements only for essential reasons. ; 27/11 MoH declare region orange; measure still applies until 03/12.

03.12.2020

04/11 MoH declares Sicilia's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Sicilia is now in the orange scenario. Movements within and around the region are forbidden. ; 27/11 MoH declares region yellow; lifts movements restrictions.

03.12.2020

13/11 MoH declares Emilia Romagna's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Emilia Romagna is now in the orange scenario. Movements within the region and to other regions forbidden. ; 27/11 MoH Declares region still orange and extends measure until 03/12.

03.12.2020

10/11 MoH declares Liguria's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Liguria is now in the orange scenario. Movements within and outside the region are not allowed; 27/11 MoH declares region yellow; cordon sanitaire is lifted.

03.12.2020

13/11 MoH declares Piemonte's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Piemonte is now in the red scenario. Movements restricted to essential only. ; 27/11 MoH Declares region orange and extends measure until 03/12. .

03.12.2020

Fiumicino activates thermal scanners and passengers health cards; triggered by incoming flight from Wuhan; China.

03.12.2020

04/11 MoH declares Valle d'Aosta's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Valle d'Aosta is now in the red scenario. Movements restricted to essential only. ; 27/11 MoH declares region still red; extend measure until 03/12. .

03.12.2020

13/11 MoH declares Piemonte's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Piemonte is now in the red scenario. Movements restricted to essential only. 27/11 MoH declares region orange; stay at home orders only for selected hours. .

03.12.2020

27/11 MoH places region in red zone; stay at home orders are enforced.

03.12.2020

13/11 MoH declares Campania's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Campania is now in the red scenario. Movements not allowed except for necessary reasons. ; 27/11 MoH declares region still red; measures extended until 03/12.

03.12.2020

13/11 MoH declares Toscana's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Toscana is now in the red scenario. Movements not allowed except for necessary reasons. 27/11 MoH declares region still red; extends measure until 03/12.

03.12.2020

27/11 MoH declares region still red; extending stay at home orders enforced until 03/12.

03.12.2020

04/11 MoH declares Calabria's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Calabria is now in the red scenario. Restricted movements only for essential reasons. ; 27/11 MoH declares region orange; stay at home orders only for selected hours.

01.12.2020

04/11 MoH declares Lombardia's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Lombardia is now in the red scenario. Movements restricted to necessary reasons only. ; 27/11 MoH re-classifies Lombardy in the orange zone. Cordon sanitaire extended until 03/12.

01.12.2020

04/11 MoH declares Lombardia's epidemic situation has deteriorated. As part of the new three zone system; Lombardia is now in the red scenario. Movements restricted to necessary reasons only.

06.11.2020

National movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 05 November 2020 to 03 December 2020

On 3rd November 2020 a new Decree introduced further measures to contain the ongoing second wave of infection by Covid 19. The national measures introduced are valid from 5 November until 3 December and establish three ‘zones’ in Italy, based on contagion rates: Red (high risk) – Orange (intermediate risk) – Yellow (low risk). Each zone is subject to different restrictions. Red and orange regions are subject to both national and more stringent ‘regional’ restrictions, valid for a period of 15 days and subject to revisions. Citizens must abide to a 22.00 – 5.00 night curfew (nationwide measure). Traveling to other regions or within a region is forbidden (red zone measure) unless it is for work, health or other reasons of necessity, including returning to a home residence. A self-declaration is required when leaving the house. On 24 October a new Decree introduced further measures to contain the ongoing second wave of infection by Covid 19. It is recommended to reduce to the minimum any movement, with public or private means of transport, in general; after 23:00, until 5:00, only movements due to urgency, work, study, health reasons are allowed and they have to be certified using a dedicated form in case of request by the public authorities. The closure to the public of urban centres at risk of gatherings after 9 p.m. may be ordered, without prejudice to the possibility of access and runoff of lawfully open shops and private homes. On 18 October a new Decree introduced further measures to contain the ongoing second wave of infection by Covid 19. Curfew at 9 p.m. in the nightlife areas where gatherings take place. Village festivals and fairs are forbidden, only national or international exhibitions are allowed. Within public administrations, meetings are held remotely, unless there are justified reasons. The decree recommends "strongly" that private meetings should also be held remotely. On 13 October 2020 a new Decree was published by the national Government. As of 14 October, this new act made the use of face masks compulsory in all indoor spaces (with the only exception of private homes, where a strong recommendation is however made, to wear face-masks in presence of persons not living in the same house) and in all outdoor areas in which a complete isolation cannot be guaranteed (exemptions from this obligation are for children younger than 6 years old, patients with specific diseases, people practicing outdoor sport activities while keeping the social distance of 2m). On 7 October 2020 the ongoing measures to contain Covid19 spreading were extended until 15 October and the declaration of national emergency conditions was extended until 31 January 2021. As of 7 October 2020, face maks are compulsory at all times, outdoor and indoor on the entire national territory. UPDATE September 2020: on 7 September a new Decree of the President of Council of Ministers was issued, which extended the ongoing contagion containment measures until 7 October 2020. The use of face masks is compulsory in public indoor spaces, on public transport and in any situation in which the minimum distance of 1m among individuals cannot be ensured. Children under age of 6 and disabled people are exempt from this measure. The access to public parks and playgrounds is allowed, provided that the minimum distance of 1m among individuals is respected. For sports activities, the interpersonal minimum distance is 2 m. All other activities and public areas, including public beaches, are allowed provided that the regional specific guidelines are followed. UPDATE August 2020: on 7 August a new Decree of the President of Council of Ministers was issued, which extended the ongoing contagion containment measures until 7 September 2020. The use of face masks is compulsory in public indoor spaces, on public transport and in any situation in which the minimum distance of 1m among individuals cannot be ensured. Children under age of 6 and disabled people are exempt from this measure. The access to public parks and playgrounds is allowed, provided that the minimum distance of 1m among individuals is respected. For sports activities, the interpersonal minimum distance is 2 m. All other activities and public areas, including public beaches, are allowed provided that the regional specific guidelines are followed. UPDATE 3 June 2020: there are no more limitations to the movements within the Country, as long as the measures to contain the contagion are respected (e.g. wear a face-mask indoor, keep a distance of 1 m from other individuals, no mass gatherings allowed). UPDATE 18 May 2020: movements within the same Region are now free, there is no need to justify any movement anymore within the regional boundaries. With the National Act (DPCM) of 26 April 2020 the national movements are only partially banned since it is possible to move (only) within the boundaries of the Region (Admin level 1) for special reasons, i.e. work, health, specific needs (e.g. grocery, pharmacies,...), included (as a new element intoduced with this Act), the need of visiting relatives, as long as big gatherings are avoided, the minimum distance of 1m is assured and face-masks are weared. This Act also lift the compulsory closure of parks, villas, public gardens under the condition that big gatherings are avoided, the minimum distance of 1m is assured and face-masks are weared. Similarly, (only) individual sports/motoric activities are allowed, under the same condition of keeping a minimum distance from other people. No recreational activities (e.g. parties, exhibitions, ...) or sports events (e.g competitions) are allowed, either indoor or outdoor, nor in private or public areas. Athtlets training sessions are allowed only for those who are recognized as "national interest athlets" by the national sport authorities, to train for Olympic games and the national and international future competitions. In all the Country the use of face-masks in compulsory in all public indoor areas, on public transportation means, in all situations (included outdoor) where the minimum distance among individuals cannot be guaranteed. Only exceptions are for kids younger than 6 years old and those affected by disabilities. As of 5 April 2020 (until 13 April), within Lombardia region, it is forbidden to leave the house without a facial mask.

International movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 05 November 2020 to 03 December 2020

On 3rd November 2020 a new Decree introduced further measures to contain the ongoing second wave of infection by Covid 19. The national measures introduced are valid from 5 November until 3 December and establish three ‘zones’ in Italy, based on contagion rates: Red (high risk) – Orange (intermediate risk) – Yellow (low risk). For travellers, the national Act identifies 6 different lists of countries, subject to different levels of restrictions. Additional limitations may be set for specific areas of the national territory or specific limitations in relation to origin from specific foreign states and territories. In addition, individual Regions may impose particular obligations on those coming from certain foreign states or territories. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs makes available a fact sheet for each country, which can be consulted at the following link: http://www.viaggiaresicuri.it/documenti/FOCUS%20CORONAVIRUS.pdf On 24 October a new Decree introduced further measures to contain the ongoing second wave of infection by Covid 19. The new decree extended the measures adopted with the previous one until 24 November 2020. On 13 October 2020 a new Decree was published by the national Government. As of 14 October the rules explained in this new act are valid for all travellers. Different rules are applying for different countries, depending in which of the 6 different lists of coutries the considered country is mentioned. The more strict rules are for those coutries to/from which travels are allowed only for work/health/urgency reasons or for reentering in the place of usual living. For other countries, a 14 days-long quarantene is requested, even if the individuals are asymptomatic; for others, there is an obligation of declaration in terms of countries of provenience and so on so forth. On 7 October 2020 the ongoing measures to contain Covid19 spreading were extended until 15 October and the declaration of national emergency conditions was extended until 31 January 2021. UPDATE September 2020: on 7 September a new Decree of the President of Council of Ministers was issued, which extended the ongoing contagion containment measures until 7 October 2020. The list of Coutries for which there are compulsory measures to be respected (e.g. compulsory quarantene for 14 days and/or compulsory testing) is specified in the Decree, according to 6 different groups of countries. In particular, it is forbidden to enter in Italy from: Armenia, Bahrein, Bangladesh, Bosnia Erzegovina, Brasile, Cile, Kuwait, Macedonia del Nord, Moldova, Oman, Panama, Perù, Repubblica Dominicana, Kosovo, Montenegro, Colombia. The list is susceptible to changes and updates. UPDATE 12 August: on 12 August 2020 the Italian Ministry of Health published new urgent measures to contain and manage the current health emergency. These measures require people who have stayed or transited through Croatia, Greece, Spain or Malta in the fourteen days prior to entering Italian territory, to inform the competent local health authorities of their arrival. This Ordinance complements the provisions of the Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers of 7 August 2020. In particular, the persons concerned must either: - present, at the time of boarding / to border control, a certificate that states that a swab test has been done within 72 hours before entry in Italy, and that said test has resulted negative; - or to have a swab test done upon arrival at the airport, port or national border. Should this be impossible, they must do said test within 48 hours upon arrival in Italy, at the local health institution. While waiting for the test result, these people must self-isolate at home. - as of 13 August, movements to and from the following States are also prohibited: Colombia UPDATE August: - Movements to and from States and territories NOT mentioned in the following list are prohibited: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Hungary, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Andorra, Principality of Monaco, Bulgaria, Romania, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, Republic of Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay. - as of 9 July, movements to and from the following States are also prohibited: Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Kuwait, North Macedonia, Moldova, Oman, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic - as of 16 July, movements to and from the following States are also prohibited: Kosovo, Montengero and Serbia Exemptions are foreseen for special reasons (e.g. urgency, working/health/study reasons) and special profiles (e.g. diplomats). UPDATE July: - until October 15, it is forbidden to enter Italy for those who, in the previous 14 days, have stayed or transited through one of the following countries: Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Kosovo, Kuwait, North Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Oman, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic, Serbia (for Kosovo, Montenegro and Serbia the ban applies from July 16, for all other countries on the list the ban applies from July 9). - as of 1st of July, free travel to and from EU Member States, Schengen area, UK, Northern Ireland, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican. Those who enter from these countries will no longer have to justify the reasons for the trip and will not be subject to the obligation of fiduciary isolation for 14 days prior to entry into Italy (unless they have stayed in a country other than these in the 14 days prior to entry into Italy). - From 1 July, travel to Italy by residents of the following countries is also freely permitted (unless they come from countries from which entry into Italy is temporarily prohibited): Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Republic of Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay. In these cases, it is no longer necessary to justify the reasons for the trip. UPDATE 3 June 2020: citizens from the Schengen area and from the UK can access the country without quarantene obligation. National act (DPCM) of 26 April 2020: whoever enters the country out of necessity (e.g. work, health reasons), even if asintomatic, is obliged to communicate their arrival at the local health station and to stay isolated in thier residence for 14 days. This is not applicable to: personnel of the public transport operator; health operators coming to the country to exercise their profession; cross-border workers. Specific exceptions are also made for short-term transit/staying in the coutry (up to 72 hours). Anyone entering the country is obliged to give the public transport operator a statement of the reasons for the journey (which must be out of necessity, e.g. work, health reasons), the place of residence in the country where the quarantine will be spent and the private means of transport to reach it, the telephone number to which you can be reached during the quarantine period. The public transport operators collect the statements, check the temperature of passengers and allow them to access to the public transportation service only if everything is in order. They also organize the service so as to guarantee distances (1m) among individuals and use of face-masks by the personnel and passengers. Reference acts: DPCM of 10 April 2020; Ministry of Transport Act of 28 March 2020.

04.11.2020

30/10 Regional Ordinance imposes curfew 22:00 to 05:00 for Halloween weekend.

04.11.2020

30/10 Regional ordinance imposes strict cordon sanitaire for residents of Arzano for Halloween weekend.

04.11.2020

3/11 Regional Ordinance (N. 63/2020) imposes curfew in the autonomous province of Bolzen from 20:00 to 05:00. Movements restricted to strict necessity.

26.10.2020

21/10 Regional Ordinance establishes curfew in the region from 23:00 to 5:00. Movements in between these hours are allowed only for important reasons; or to return home. Must be justified by form.

26.10.2020

21/10 Regional Ordinance establishes curfew in the region from 24:00 to 5:00. Movements in between these hours are allowed only for important reasons; or to return home. Must be justified by form.

26.10.2020

22/10 Regional Ordinance establishes curfew in the region from 23:00 to 5:00. Movements in between these hours are allowed only for important reasons; or to return home. Must be justified by form.

26.10.2020

22/10 Regional Ordinance prohibits movement within the region. Movement between provinces are prohibited. Movements in-coming and out-going the region are still allowed.

19.10.2020

The municipality of Sinopoli (Reggio Calabria); in Calabria; prohibited the transition within; or outside; its boundaries; and established a lockdown until further notice.

05.10.2020

The municipality of Stefanaconi (Vibio Valentia); in Calabria; prohibited the transition within; or outside; its boundaries; and established a lockdown until 30/09.

05.10.2020

The municipality of Villafrati (Palermo); in Sicilia; prohibited the transition within; or outside; its boundaries; and established a lockdown until 12/10.

21.09.2020

The municipality of Casamaina; in Abruzzo; prohibited the transition within; or outside; its boundaries for 4 days.

17.09.2020

07/09 Decree establishes public transport capacity on national territory at 80%; with possibility of transitioning to 100% according to epidemiological situation.

17.09.2020

22/03 Decree prohibits any type of movement; by public or private transport; outside of own municipality. Only necessary traveling; for work or health reasons; is allowed.

15.09.2020

Establishment of 'COVID-19 tested' flight from Roma Fiumicino to Milano Linate. Policy to board determined flight (only one of the seven which happen daily) will be to either have a certification of a negative PCR test taken in the last 72 hours; or to take an instantaneous test prior to departure.

07.09.2020

Lombardy go back to 100% capacity on regional public transport. National transport remains at 50%. ; 09/07 Decree establishes public transport capacity at national level at 80%. Transition to 100% with monitoring of epidemiological situation.

07.09.2020

Liguria go back to 100% capacity on regional public transport. National transport remains at 50%. ; 07/09 Decree establishes public transport capacity at national level at 80%. Transition to 100% with monitoring of epidemiological situation.

07.09.2020

Puglia to go back to 100% capacity on regional public transport. National transport remains at 50%. ; 09/07 Decree establishes public transport capacity at national level at 80%. Transition to 100% with monitoring of epidemiological situation.

07.09.2020

Veneto to go back to 100% capacity on regional public transport. National transport remains at 50%. ; 09/07 Decree establishes public transport capacity at national level at 80%. Transition to 100% with monitoring of epidemiological situation.

07.09.2020

03/06 Decree establishes public transport capacity on national territory at 50%. 07/09 Decree establishes public transport capacity on national territory at 80%; with possibility of transitioning to 100% according to epidemiological situation.

04.09.2020

Border screening for passengers arriving in Italy from Wuhan.

04.09.2020

Temperature screening at airports for all incoming passengers.

27.07.2020

President of the Council issued a new decree on 11th of March 2020 to strengthen public health measures at national level.

29.06.2020

Movement to and outside of the defined areas only allowed for work or health reasons. Fever patients should stay at home. Quarantined patients have to stay in quarantine. Decree of the President of the Council 08 March 2020. The decree differentiates public health measures according to the affected areas.

15.06.2020

03/09 Decree allows travelling only for work or health reasons. Fever patients should stay at home. Quarantined patient are legally binded to observe quarantine.

15.06.2020

Travels during the weekend not allowed to other locations than permanent residence; regional boarders openend for free movement wihtout official justification.

15.06.2020

Weekends disallowed to travel to other locations than permanent residence; regional boarders openend for free movement wihtout official justification.

24.03.2020

Further lockdown - ban all people movement using public or private transportation outside the Municipality of residence; with derogations only for health or work issues. President of the Council issued a new decree on 11th of March 2020 to strengthen public health measures at national level.