Italy has just removed all of its pre-arrival testing requirements for fully vaccinated passengers. With this measure, Italy has become the latest European nation to ease its entry protocol and it came into force on 1 March, 2022.

Italy Travel Guidelines

1. Fully vaccinated international travelers may enter the country only by showing that they have been vaccinated or received a booster shot within nine months of their travel.

2. Unvaccinated visitors can either show their recovered report within six months or file their negative RT PCR test by showing them not older than 72 hours. They may also show reports of negative rapid antigen tests taken within 48 hours.

3. All passengers will have to fill up a Passenger Locator Form before reaching the country. If a passenger fails to show any of the mentioned documents, he/she will have to undergo a five-day quarantine.

4. Italy is offering the Digital Super Green Pass to those who have vaccination or proof of contracting COVID-19 and proof of recovery from it. A digital pass is required for staying in hotels, flying on an airplane, etc.

Italy is not the first European country to waive these requirements. France has also removed all pre-departure tests for fully vaccinated visitors. Booster shot proof is required for travelers if it has exceeded nine months. Iceland also joined the list last week by removing all restrictions related to COVID-19.


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