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

Quarantine:

03.05.2022

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.

23.11.2021

12/10 MoH directive re-defines suspected cases and standard operating procedures by clearly identifying management of patients with symptoms; asymptomatic patients; asymptomatic patients with continuously positive PCR test results; and close contact with a positive case. New directive also differentiates between home isolation of infected patients and mandatory quarantine for suspected cases. It also requires 10; instead of 14 days of isolation and a single negative PCR test result to confirm absence of infection. ; 11/08/21 guidelines updated.

23.11.2021

Law requires citizens with symptoms; or which have resulted positive to a test; to self-isolate at home for a period of 14 days. ; 12/10 MoH directive revisions contact tracing procedures; reducing the mandatory quarantine from 14 to 10 days; and requires only one negative PCR test to assure absence of infection.

22.11.2021

12/10 MoH directive revisions contact tracing procedures; reducing the mandatory quarantine from 14 to 10 days; and requires only one negative PCR test to assure absence of infection. It also clearly states the difference between case isolation and precautionary quarantine. Different management and definition of asymptomatic cases; asymptomatic cases with continuous positive tests; and of symptomatic cases is also clearly detailed. Definition of close contact; as well as quarantine requirements for close contacts; has also been updated.

22.11.2021

Announcement of Immuni app on MoH website.

17.11.2021

Restaurants must keep personal contact information of clients for 14 days. ; Measure kept active with the 14/07 Decree. ; 13/10 Decree requires same protocol.

17.11.2021

Offcial letter on contact tracing requires 14 days of quarantine and two negative PCR tests to ensure absence of infection from COVID-positive patients. 14 days of Quarantine and double PCR negative tests are required also for suspected cases. ; 12/10 MoH directive revisions contact tracing procedures; reducing the mandatory quarantine from 14 to 10 days; and requires only one negative PCR test to assure absence of infection.

17.11.2021

12/10 MoH directive revisions contact tracing procedures; reducing the mandatory quarantine from 14 to 10 days; and requires only one negative PCR test to assure absence of infection. Same directives apply to suspected cases; but not to travelers arriving from defined risk zones.

26.05.2021

Self-isolation at own accommodation-subject to category.

*Non-EU Countries: provide a self-declaration;

Self-isolate for 14 days and undergo supervision by the competent local Health Authority. The self-isolation period is reduced to 10 days for travellers who entered Italy after 18 April 2021. After the 10-day period, an additional PCR test is required. This quarantine requirement does not apply to officials and representatives of international organizations and diplomatic missions.

*Persons entering Italy who visited or transited through India, Bangladesh or Sri Lanka between 15 and 28 April 2021, even if they do not show symptoms of Covid-19, need to inform the local health authority, take a swab test (molecular or antigenic), self-isolate for a period of 10 days and take another swab test.

*Travelers from EU countries, Israel, & the UK: From 16 May until 30 July there is no longer a requirement to quarantine on arrival in Italy, unless travellers arrive without proof of a negative test.

*Travelers from Brazil: Persons who have been in or traveled through Brazil in the previous 14 days may not enter or transit through Italy. This does not apply to persons who have no COVID-19 symptoms AND had established residency in Italy prior to 13 February 2021. Persons in this category must present negative COVID-19 test results from the 48 hours prior to entering Italy and an additional COVID-19 test must be taken upon arrival. Regardless of the test results, they must then quarantine for a period of 10 days and take a second COVID-19 test at the end of quarantine.

19.04.2021

MoH Establishes 5-tier list system to allow travel within country. Travelling from most countries allowed with mandatory 14-day quarantine; except for some EU/EEA and Schengen countries; for which a PCR test taken at least 48H before is required to enter. Workers who spend 120 hours in the country are exempted from quarantine/testing requirements.

19.04.2021

01/04/2021 MoH establishes new quarantine and testing protocol for 5-tier system for international travel. A PCR/antigen test is required to enter the country; along with a mandatory quarantine of 5 days and an additional test at the end of the five days for Schengen and non-Shcengen European countries. All other countries require a 14-day quarantine. Covid-tested flights; in accordance with the MoH's special agreement for fights from NYC and ATL to RM and MI; are exempted from quarantine requirements. Workers staying in the country for 120 hours exempted from quarantine and test requirements. ; 02/04/2021 Procedure extended until 30/04/2021.

19.04.2021

MoH Establishes 5-tier list system to allow travel within country. Travelling from most countries allowed with mandatory 14-day quarantine; except for some EU/EEA and Schengen countries; for which there are no quarantine or testing requirements; and for workers who spend 120 hours in the country.

18.12.2020

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 citizen returning between 21/12/2020 and 06/01/2021; a mandatory 14 day quarantine; despite a negative test; is required.

03.12.2020

Mandatory 14-day quarantine for travellers coming from Bulgaria and Romania. ; 22/09 quarantine for incoming travellers lifted.

03.12.2020

Mandatory 14-day quarantine for travellers coming from Bulgaria and Romania. ; 22/09 quarantine requirements lifted.

03.12.2020

Mandatory 14-day quarantine for travellers coming from Bulgaria and Romania. ; 21/09 Quarantine requirements lifted.

17.09.2020

All travellers from risk areas arrived since 16/02 must inform their public health services for the application of the public health protocol.

07.09.2020

Mandatory 14-day quarantine for migrants arriving via sea onboard of ship (when deemed safe).

27.07.2020

14 day quarantine for travellers who; in the previous 14 days; stayed or transited in Bulgaria or Romania.