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Entry restrictions for passengers who arrive from or during last 14 days have been in Austria
Passengers who have been in or transited through Austria for more than 12 hours in the past 14 days, must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) molecular or antigen test, based on a swab. The test must have been taken at most 48 hours before arrival; and are subject to Coronavirus (COVID-19) test upon arrival.

Entry restrictions
Passengers are not allowed to enter until 5 March 2021.
– This does not apply to family members of nationals and residents of Switzerland or an EEA Member State , if arriving from a country other than Brazil or United Kingdom.
– This does not apply to passenger with proof of being unmarried partners of residents of Italy, if arriving from a country other than Brazil or United Kingdom.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Andorra, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Japan, Korea Rep., Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Rwanda, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or Thailand.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from France (including Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guyana, Reunion and Mayotte).
– This does not apply to passengers traveling on business, if arriving from a country other than Brazil or United Kingdom.
– This does not apply to passengers returning via Italy to their country of residence, if arriving from a country other than Brazil or United Kingdom.
– This does not apply to students, if arriving from a country other than Brazil or United Kingdom.

Passengers are not allowed to enter if in the past 14 days they have been to or transited through any country other than Andorra, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France (including Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guyana, Reunion and Mayotte), Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Japan, Korea Rep., Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Rwanda, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or Thailand.
– This does not apply to family members of nationals and residents of Switzerland or an EEA Member State.

A completed self-declaration form must be presented prior to boarding. The form can be obtained at: https://www.esteri.it/mae/it/ministero/normativaonline/decreto-iorestoacasa-domande-frequenti/focus-cittadini-italiani-in-rientro-dall-estero-e-cittadini-stranieri-in-italia.html

Ban entry for passengers who arrive from or during last 14 days have been in Brazil
Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit if in the past 14 days they have been in or transited through Brazil.

Passengers who have been in or transited through Brazil in the past 14 days, must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) molecular or antigen test, based on a swab. The test must have been taken at most 72 hours before arrival; and are subject to Coronavirus (COVID-19) test upon arrival.

Ban entry for passengers who arrive from or during last 14 days have been in United Kingdom
Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit if in the past 14 days they have been in or transited through the United Kingdom.

Passengers who have been in or transited through the United Kingdom in the past 14 days must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) molecular or antigen test, based on a swab. The test must have been taken at most 72 hours before arrival; and are subject to Coronavirus (COVID-19) test upon arrival.

Home/self isolation for passengers who arrive from or have been in Australia, Japan, Korea (Rep.), New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, Thailand
Passengers arriving from Australia, Japan, Korea Rep., New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore or Thailand are subject to self-isolation for 14 days.

Home/self isolation for passengers who arrive from or during last 14 days have been in Brazil
Passengers who have been in or transited through Brazil in the past 14 days are subject to self-isolation for 14 days.

Quarantine is possible for passengers who arrive from or have been in Andorra, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland
Passengers who in the past 14 days have only been to or transited through Andorra, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France (including Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guyana, Réunion and Mayotte), Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland without a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) molecular or antigen test taken at most 48 hours before arrival, are subject to medical screening and self-isolation for 14 days.

Home/self isolation for passengers who arrive from or during last 14 days have been in Austria
Passengers who have been in or transited through Austria for more than 12 hours in the past 14 days are subject to self-isolation for 14 days.

Home/self isolation for passengers who arrive from or during last 14 days have been in United Kingdom
Passengers who have been in or transited through the United Kingdom in the past 14 days are subject to self-isolation for 14 days.

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Flight Restrictions

published 29.10.2020

Entry restrictions for passengers who arrive from or have been in Croatia, France (Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, Corsica, Hauts-de-France, Ile-de-France, New Aquitaine, Occitania, Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur regions), Greece, Malta, Spain
Passengers arriving in Sicily from Croatia, France (Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, Corsica, Hauts-de-France, Ile-de-France, New Aquitaine, Occitania, Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur regions), Greece, Malta or Spain are subject to Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test on arrival.
– This does not apply to passengers with a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 72 hours before arrival.

Entry restrictions for passengers who arrive from or during last 14 days have been in Belgium, Czechia, France, Netherlands, Spain, United Kingdom
Passengers who in the past 14 days have been to or transited through Belgium, Czechia, France, Netherlands, Spain or the United Kingdom and who arrive without a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) molecular or antigenic test result issued at most 72 hours before arrival, are subject to taking the test upon arrival or within 48 hours from arrival.

Entry restrictions
Passengers are not allowed to enter until 24 November 2020.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Japan, Korea (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Rwanda, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Tunisia, United Kingdom or Uruguay.
– This does not apply to family members of nationals and of residents of Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Vatican City (Holy See) arriving from any country other than Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Dominican Rep., Kosovo (Rep.), Kuwait, Moldova (Rep.), Montenegro, North Macedonia (Rep.), Oman, Panama or Peru in the past 14 days.
– This does not apply to family members of British nationals and of residents of the United Kingdom arriving from any country other than Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Rep., Kosovo (Rep.), Kuwait, Moldova (Rep.), Montenegro, North Macedonia (Rep.), Oman, Panama or Peru.
– This does not apply to passenger with proof of being partners of residents of Italy, arriving from any country other than Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Dominican Rep., Kosovo (Rep.), Kuwait, Moldova (Rep.), Montenegro, North Macedonia (Rep.), Oman, Panama or Peru.
– This does not apply to passengers traveling on business.
– This does not apply to passengers returning via Italy to their country of residence.
– This does not apply to students.

Passengers arriving from Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Japan, Korea (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Rwanda, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Tunisia, United Kingdom or Uruguay are not allowed to enter if in the past 14 days they have been to or transited through Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Rep., Kosovo (Rep.), Kuwait, Moldova (Rep.), Montenegro, North Macedonia (Rep.), Oman, Panama or Peru.

Family members of nationals and of residents of Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Vatican City (Holy See) are not allowed to enter if in the past 14 days they have been to or transited through Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Rep., Kosovo (Rep.), Kuwait, Moldova (Rep.), Montenegro, North Macedonia (Rep.), Oman, Panama or Peru.

Family members of British nationals and of residents of the United Kingdom are not allowed to enter if in the past 14 days they have been to or transited through Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Rep., Kosovo (Rep.), Kuwait, Moldova (Rep.), Montenegro, North Macedonia (Rep.), Oman, Panama or Peru.

Passenger with proof of being partners of residents of Italy are not allowed to enter if in the past 14 days they have been to or transited through Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Rep., Kosovo (Rep.), Kuwait, Moldova (Rep.), Montenegro, North Macedonia (Rep.), Oman, Panama or Peru.

Passengers must present a completed self-declaration form before boarding. The form can be obtained at: esteri.it

Flights from/to Algeria, Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Kosovo, Kuwait, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Oman, Panama, Peru, Serbia are suspended

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Quarantine

Self-isolation at own accommodation-subject to category.

People who do not present negative results of a molecular or antigenic test are subject to mandatory health surveillance and 14-day fiduciary isolation. Some exceptions to the requirement for quarantine are in place.

As of 10.12.2020, travellers who, in the previous 14 days, stayed in or transited through an EU Member State or Schengen Associated Country and UK, (list C acording to the Prime Ministerial Decree of 3 December 2020), are required to provide a certificate of a negative COVID-19 test performed up to 48 hours before their arrival in Italy. People who do not present the negative results of a molecular or antigenic test are subject to a mandatory health surveillance and 14-days fiduciary isolation. 

There are some exceptions to the requirement for a molecular or antigenic test, in the following cases: 

  • travellers who enter Italy for a period not exceeding 120 hours for proven work, health or absolute urgency needs.
  • Travellers (regardless of nationality) who transit by private vehicle through the Italian territory for a period not exceeding 36 hours. 
  • Health personnel entering Italy for the exercise of professional health qualifications. 
  • Cross-border workers entering and leaving the national territory for proven work reasons.
  • Pupils and students who enter the National territory for study reasons. 
  • Passengers on “Covid-tested” flights.

Furthermore, travellers who arrive in Italy between 21.12.2020 and 6.1.2021 or after 6.1.2021 for reasons other than necessity and who, in the previous 14 days, stayed or transited through an EU Member State or Schengen Associated Country and UK, (list C acording to the Prime Ministerial Decree of 3 December 2020), are subject to a mandatory health surveillance and 14-days fiduciary isolation. 

Moreover, travellers coming from these countries are obliged to immediately inform the Prevention Department of the relevant local Health Authority upon their entry into the Italian territory. 

As far as Third-countries are concerned, travellers from Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Uruguay are allowed to enter for any reason (including tourism).

For travellers coming from Third-countries not belonging to the previous list, travel is allowed only for specific reasons, such as work, health or study or in general absolute urgency.

In all the described cases, travellers have to:

  • provide a self-declaration to the carrier or, upon request, to law enforcement officers;
  • self-isolate for 14 days and undergo supervision by the competent local Health authority;
  • reach their final destination in Italy only by private vehicle (airport transit is allowed, however without leaving the dedicated areas of the terminal).

Individual Regions may require those coming from some foreign states or territories to comply with particular obligations. Before leaving, it is recommended to check any additional regional provision, by contacting the Region directly or by visiting the respective websites.

For information on how to perform a swab, you can call the Ministry of Health at the following numbers:

from abroad: +39 0232008345 – +39 0283905385
from Italy: free number 1500

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Covid-19 travel guidance

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Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required.

Travel is through Italy.

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

A certificate of a negative COVID-19 test, performed up to 48 hours before entry, is required. Someexceptions to the requirement for a coronavirus test are in place.

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Vaccination

Yellow fever (prior to 2013)
Country requirement at entry: no
WHO vaccination recommendation: no

Full Restrictions

  • San Marino Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry and borders: You will need to travel through Italy in order to enter San Marino. There are no longer any COVID-19 related restrictions on entry into San Marino, although all visitors must comply with social distancing and sanitisation regulations. You will also be required to wear a face mask on public transport, and in public spaces (including outdoors) where social distancing is not possible. Food and drink can only be consumed when seated in restaurants and bars.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All visitors must comply with social distancing and sanitisation regulations. You will also be required to wear a face mask on public transport, in all indoor public spaces, and in outdoor spaces where it is not possible to maintain 1 metre social distancing.
    Bars and restaurants are open with no restriction on opening hours. Theatres, museums and cinemas remain open, and religious ceremonies, including weddings and funerals are allowed.
    You can see more on the latest restrictions on the San Marino Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.

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    30.04.2021
  • San Marino International Restrictions:
    *Entry and borders: You will need to travel through Italy in order to enter San Marino. There are no longer any COVID-19 related restrictions on entry into San Marino, although all visitors must comply with social distancing and sanitisation regulations. You will also be required to wear a face mask on public transport, and in public spaces (including outdoors) where social distancing is not possible. Food and drink can only be consumed when seated in restaurants and bars.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Local measures: All visitors must comply with social distancing and sanitisation regulations. You will also be required to wear a face mask on public transport, in all indoor public spaces, and in outdoor spaces where it is not possible to maintain 1 metre social distancing. Bars and restaurants remain open, but must close between the hours of midnight and 4:30am. Only six people may sit together at a table and it is not allowed to consume food standing at the bar. Theatres and cinemas remain open, and religious ceremonies, including weddings and funerals are allowed. You can see more on the latest restrictions on theSan Marino Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.

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    09.03.2021
  • San Marino International Restrictions:
    Entry into San Marino is through Italy. It is possible to travel through Italy. Travellers arriving into Italy from some countries are currently required to take a COVID-19 test and may be subject to quarantine measures. Review travel resrictions in Italy before you travel to San Marino.

    The latest Italian Government legislative decree tightens measures over the upcoming winter holidays and is effective from 19 December 2020, provides that:
    On 24-27 December 2020, 31 December 2020 – 3 January 2021, and 5-6 January 2021, the entire country is a Red Zone with the following measures applicable:
    • All movements are prohibited (either within the region or in/out of the region) except for work, health or other urgent reasons; or to return to one’s legal residence. Passing through red zones to reach one’s legal residence is allowed. The usual self-certification form (attached) will be required for all movements.
    • Commercial activities are suspended, with the exception of those selling foodstuffs and basic necessities. Markets are also closed, with the exception of stands exclusively selling foodstuffs. Newsstands, tobacco shops, and pharmacies remain open.
    • Foodservice activities (including cafes, restaurants, pubs, ice cream parlors, and pastry shops) are suspended. However, delivery continues to be allowed at all times and takeaway until 22:00. Foodservice activities at rest stops along highways, in hospitals, and in airports may continue.
    • Outdoor sports clubs and centers are closed.
    • Individual outdoor exercise is exclusively allowed in the near vicinity of one’s residence and with the use of a mask
    • Personal services are suspended, with the exception of laundromats/dry cleaners, funeral homes, hair salons, and barbers.
    • Public employers shall reduce in-person activities to those that cannot be postponed and cannot be performed remotely.
    On 28-30 December and 4 January, the entire country is an Orange Zone with the following measures applicable:
    • Travel between regions is not allowed, except for work, health or other urgent reasons; for school attendance as allowed by the present decree; or to return to one’s legal residence. Passing through orange zones to reach one’s legal residence is allowed.
    • Likewise, leaving one’s municipality is also not allowed, except for the above stated reasons.
    • Foodservice activities (including cafes, restaurants, pubs, ice cream parlors, and pastry shops) are suspended. However, delivery continues to be allowed at all times and takeaway until 22:00. Foodservice activities at rest stops along highways, in hospitals, and in airports may continue.
    Violations of these restrictions are punishable by fines between 400-1,000 EUR.
    The following dispensations are specified in the decree:
    • For persons in towns with less than 5000 inhabitants, travel is allowed within a 30km radius, but not to provincial capitals.
    • It is possible to visit one other private residence within the same region between 5am and 10pm, no more than once a day. Curfew must be respected. A maximum of two persons may make such journeys, plus any children in their household under the age of 14.
    The decree clarifies that between 24 December – 6 January all the other standard measures from the 3 December 2020 decree remain in place across the country. In particular, you are reminded that the following remains in effect:
    • From 21 December 2020 to 6 January 2021, travel between individual regions and autonomous provinces is prohibited, except to return to one’s primary legal residence. For this entire period, travel to second homes in other regions or autonomous provinces is prohibited.
    • On 25 and 26 December 2020 and 1 January 2021, leaving one’s municipality is totally prohibited, except for work, health, or other urgent reasons. On these days, it is not only prohibited to travel to second homes in other regions or provinces, as aforementioned, but ALSO in other municipalities.
    • An extended curfew is in place for New Year’s Eve only: from 22:00 on 31 December to 7:00 on 1 January.
    For any clarifications on the content of the new decree, please visit the host government website at the following link, which will be updated shortly to take into account the latest provisions.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Local measures: All visitors must comply with social distancing and sanitisation regulations. You will also be required to wear a face mask on public transport, in all indoor public spaces, and in outdoor spaces where it is not possible to maintain 1 metre social distancing.
    Bars and restaurants remain open, but must close between the hours of midnight and 4:30am. Only six people may sit together at a table and it is not allowed to consume food standing at the bar.
    Theatres and cinemas remain open, and religious ceremonies, including weddings and funerals are allowed. You can see more on the latest restrictions on the San Marino Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.

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    22.02.2021
  • San Marino International Restrictions:
    Entry into San Marino is through Italy. It is possible to travel through Italy. Travellers arriving into Italy from some countries are currently required to take a COVID-19 test and may be subject to quarantine measures. Review travel resrictions in Italy before you travel to San Marino.

    The latest Italian Government legislative decree tightens measures over the upcoming winter holidays and is effective from 19 December 2020, provides that:
    On 24-27 December 2020, 31 December 2020 – 3 January 2021, and 5-6 January 2021, the entire country is a Red Zone with the following measures applicable:
    • All movements are prohibited (either within the region or in/out of the region) except for work, health or other urgent reasons; or to return to one’s legal residence. Passing through red zones to reach one’s legal residence is allowed. The usual self-certification form (attached) will be required for all movements.
    • Commercial activities are suspended, with the exception of those selling foodstuffs and basic necessities. Markets are also closed, with the exception of stands exclusively selling foodstuffs. Newsstands, tobacco shops, and pharmacies remain open.
    • Foodservice activities (including cafes, restaurants, pubs, ice cream parlors, and pastry shops) are suspended. However, delivery continues to be allowed at all times and takeaway until 22:00. Foodservice activities at rest stops along highways, in hospitals, and in airports may continue.
    • Outdoor sports clubs and centers are closed.
    • Individual outdoor exercise is exclusively allowed in the near vicinity of one’s residence and with the use of a mask
    • Personal services are suspended, with the exception of laundromats/dry cleaners, funeral homes, hair salons, and barbers.
    • Public employers shall reduce in-person activities to those that cannot be postponed and cannot be performed remotely.
    On 28-30 December and 4 January, the entire country is an Orange Zone with the following measures applicable:
    • Travel between regions is not allowed, except for work, health or other urgent reasons; for school attendance as allowed by the present decree; or to return to one’s legal residence. Passing through orange zones to reach one’s legal residence is allowed.
    • Likewise, leaving one’s municipality is also not allowed, except for the above stated reasons.
    • Foodservice activities (including cafes, restaurants, pubs, ice cream parlors, and pastry shops) are suspended. However, delivery continues to be allowed at all times and takeaway until 22:00. Foodservice activities at rest stops along highways, in hospitals, and in airports may continue.
    Violations of these restrictions are punishable by fines between 400-1,000 EUR.
    The following dispensations are specified in the decree:
    • For persons in towns with less than 5000 inhabitants, travel is allowed within a 30km radius, but not to provincial capitals.
    • It is possible to visit one other private residence within the same region between 5am and 10pm, no more than once a day. Curfew must be respected. A maximum of two persons may make such journeys, plus any children in their household under the age of 14.
    The decree clarifies that between 24 December – 6 January all the other standard measures from the 3 December 2020 decree remain in place across the country. In particular, you are reminded that the following remains in effect:
    • From 21 December 2020 to 6 January 2021, travel between individual regions and autonomous provinces is prohibited, except to return to one’s primary legal residence. For this entire period, travel to second homes in other regions or autonomous provinces is prohibited.
    • On 25 and 26 December 2020 and 1 January 2021, leaving one’s municipality is totally prohibited, except for work, health, or other urgent reasons. On these days, it is not only prohibited to travel to second homes in other regions or provinces, as aforementioned, but ALSO in other municipalities.
    • An extended curfew is in place for New Year’s Eve only: from 22:00 on 31 December to 7:00 on 1 January.
    For any clarifications on the content of the new decree, please visit the host government website at the following link, which will be updated shortly to take into account the latest provisions.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All visitors must comply with social distancing and sanitisation regulations. You will also be required to wear a face mask on public transport, in all indoor public spaces, and in outdoor spaces where it is not possible to maintain 1 metre social distancing.
    Bars and restaurants remain open, but must close between the hours of midnight and 4:30am. Only six people may sit together at a table and it is not allowed to consume food standing at the bar.
    Theatres and cinemas remain open, and religious ceremonies, including weddings and funerals are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the San Marino Ministry of Foreign Affairs website (in Italian).

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    21.12.2020
  • San Marino International Restrictions:
    Entry into San Marino is through Italy. It is possible to travel through Italy. Travellers arriving into Italy from some countries are currently required to take a COVID-19 test and may be subject to quarantine measures. Review travel resrictions in Italy before you travel to San Marino.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All visitors must comply with social distancing and sanitisation regulations. You will also be required to wear a face mask on public transport, in all indoor public spaces, and in outdoor spaces where it is not possible to maintain 1 metre social distancing.
    Bars and restaurants remain open, but must close between the hours of midnight and 4:30am. Only six people may sit together at a table and it is not allowed to consume food standing at the bar.
    Theatres and cinemas remain open, and religious ceremonies, including weddings and funerals are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the San Marino Ministry of Foreign Affairs website (in Italian).

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    13.11.2020
  • San Marino International Restrictions:
    Entry into San Marino is through Italy. It is possible to travel through Italy. Travellers arriving into Italy from some countries are currently required to take a COVID-19 test and may be subject to quarantine measures. Review travel resrictions in Italy before you travel to San Marino.

    Internal Restrictions:
    There are no longer any COVID-19 related restrictions on entry into San Marino, although all visitors must comply with social distancing and sanitisation regulations. You will also be required to wear a face mask on public transport, and in public spaces (including outdoors) where social distancing is not possible. Food and drink can only be consumed when seated in restaurants and bars.
    On 31 May, San Marino published a new law further easing domestic restrictions of its Covid-19 response. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the San Marino Ministry of Foreign Affairs website (in Italian).

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    26.10.2020
  • San Marino International Restrictions:
    Entry into San Marino is through Italy. It is possible to travel through Italy. Travellers arriving into Italy from some countries are currently required to take a COVID-19 test and may be subject to quarantine measures. Review travel resrictions in Italy before you travel to San Marino.
    There are no longer any Covid-19 related restrictions on entry into San Marino, although all visitors must comply with social distancing and sanitisation regulations.

    Internal Restrictions:
    There are no longer any Covid-19 related restrictions on entry into San Marino, although all visitors must comply with social distancing and sanitisation regulations.
    On 31 May, San Marino published a new law further easing domestic restrictions of its Covid-19 response. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the San Marino Ministry of Foreign Affairs website (in Italian).

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    08.10.2020
  • San Marino *****International Restrictions:
    Entry into San Marino is through Italy. It is possible to travel through Italy. For those coming from countries other than European Union member states, countries that are parties to the Schengen Agreement, United Kingdom, Andorra, Monaco, Vatican City State and the Republic of San Marino, the transit in Italy is allowed only to reach the final destination within the shortest delay, after reporting it to the Prevention Department of the Italian Health service at the place of entry on the national territory. In case of airport transit, it is not necessary to inform the Prevention Department, at the condition to remain inside the airport area until the next flight connection.

    *****Internal Restrictions
    There are no longer any Covid-19 related restrictions on entry into San Marino, although all visitors must comply with social distancing and sanitisation regulations.

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    29.06.2020
  • San Marino 1. Passengers are not allowed to enter
    – This does not apply to:
    – nationals or residents of Italy;
    – passengers traveling on business;
    – passengers traveling for urgent health reasons;
    – healthcare personnel traveling on duty;
    – passengers traveling for emergency reasons;
    – passengers returning via Italy to their country of residence;
    – passengers arriving from Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom.
    2. Residence permits issued by Italy which have expired between 31 January and 31 July 2020, are considered valid until 31 August 2020.
    3. Passengers must present a completed self-declaration form to the transporting carrier and must communicate their entry to the Department of Prevention at local health units (ASL) of the entrance district.
    – This does not apply to passengers arriving from Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom.
    4. Passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days.
    – This does not apply to passengers arriving from Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom.
    – This does not apply to passengers traveling on business if their stay in Italy does not exceed 72 hours and if granted, the additional 48 hours of a justified extension for specific needs.

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    03.06.2020
  • San Marino 1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Italy. – This does not apply to: – nationals or residents of Italy; – passengers traveling on business; – passengers traveling for urgent health reasons; – healthcare personnel traveling on duty; – passengers traveling for emergency reasons; – passengers returning via Italy to their country of residence; – effective 3 June 2020, passengers arriving from Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom. 2. Passengers allowed to enter Italy must present a completed self-declaration form to the transporting carrier; and – must communicate their entry to the Department of Prevention at local health units (ASL) of the entrance district; and – are subject to health surveillance and isolation for 14 days. This does not apply to passengers traveling on business if their stay in Italy does not exceed 72 hours and if granted, the additional 48 hours of a justified extension for specific needs. 3. Residence permits issued by Italy which have expired between 31 January and 31 July 2020, are considered valid until 31 August 2020.

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    27.05.2020
  • Source Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
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