Self-isolation at own accommodation-subject to category. 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.
No more quarantine for travelers arriving from non-EU countries. Only a standard Green Pass will be needed to enter Italy: either proof of vaccination, recovery from COVID-19, or a negative test.
If you cannot present evidence of vaccination OR a negative test OR a COVID-19 recovery certificate, you will need to:
• remain in self-isolation for 5 days
• call the COVID-19 - Regional telephone information hotline to notify the Prevention Department of the local health authority of your entry into Italy as you will be under medical supervision
Children aged 6 or over must provide a pre-departure test. If the parent travelling with them is not subject to self-isolation, children are also exempt from this requirement, including if they are not vaccinated.
• take another PCR or rapid lateral flow test at the end of the 5 days’ self-isolation. If the test is negative, you can leave self-isolation
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.