Foreign Minister, Luigi Di Maio of Italy, recently said that they plan to remove quarantine restrictions for all travellers arriving from European countries.

Italy plans to remove quarantine restrictions for travellers arriving from European countries, Britain and Israel from mid-May in a bid to boom the tourism industry.

Di Maio said, Quarantine requirement will removed for those arriving from the United States from June, after meeting Health Minister Roberto Speranza to make the easing of restrictions for countries where vaccination levels are high.

Di Maio wrote on Facebook, "We are working to lift the 'mini-quarantine' for people coming from European countries, the UK and Israel, if they have a negative swab, proof of vaccination or have recovered from Covid within the last 6 months. Same thing for the US"

Travellers arriving to Italy from other European countries and Israel currently must go for 5 days of quarantine and mandatory testing both before arrival and at the end of their quarantine period. For travellers arriving from the US the required quarantine period is ten days.


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