Italy extends until April 30 the 5-day quarantine measure for all those arriving from Romania

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The 5-day quarantine, for those returning from EU countries where they have traveled for tourism or for those entering Italy for the same purpose from an EU country, is extended until 30 April. Britain, Northern Ireland, Austria and Israel are again on the list of "safe states", so it will no longer be mandatory to enter isolation for two weeks. This is the effect of the order signed by the Minister of Health Roberto Speranza.

Those who will travel to Italy from an EU country, including Romania, will have to present the negative result of a COVID-19 test done with a maximum of 48 hours before entering Italy; isolate for 5 days and perform another antigenic or molecular test of COVID-19, after the 5 days of isolation, to exit isolation.

Those traveling from Romania to Italy will have to stay in isolation for 5 days

The countries on the list are: Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark (including the Faroe Islands and Greenland), Estonia, Finland, France (including Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guyana, Reunion, Mayotte), Germany, Greece, Ireland, Latvia , Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands (excluding territories outside the European continent), Poland, Portugal (including the Azores and Madeira), the Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (including the territories of the African continent), Sweden, Hungary, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Andorra, the Principality of Monaco.

The 5-day quarantine (and not 14 days as previously provided) also applies to travelers from Austria. (but not for those traveling from Tyrol - will have to remain in quarantine for 14 days), United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, Israel. For those traveling from these non-EU countries, the isolation will be 14 days, in addition to presenting the negative PCR test.

A recorded note of ministry de Internal a made it clear that “it is allowed to go to the airport in case of tourist trips to foreign destinations that are not prohibited”, Even if you live in the orange or red area. 

At this time, Italy has not taken any special measures for those vaccinated or immunized following infection with the new coronavirus.


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