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List A

Vatican City and Republic of San Marino 

  • No limitations

 

List B

The States and territories with low epidemiological risk will be identified, among those in List C, by the Ordinance adopted pursuant to article 6, paragraph 2.

Movements to and from these countries are allowed without any certification of motivation for travelling.

There are certain restrictions on entry into Italy in the case of transit or residence in List C countries during the 14 days prior to entry into Italy.

There is not the obligation of fiduciary isolation, neither the obligation to undergo molecular or antigenic testing upon entry into the Italian national territory, unless in the 14 days prior to entry into Italy one has transited or stayed in countries of List D and List E. The obligation to complete a self-declaration form remains.


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List C

Austria,  Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark (including the Faroe Islands and Greenland), Estonia, Finland, France (including Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guyana, Reunion, Mayotte and excluding other territories outside the European mainland), Germany, Greece, Ireland, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands (excluding territories outside the European mainland), Poland, Portugal (including the Azores and Madeira), Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Hungary, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Andorra, Principality of Monaco, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Entry Restrictions

Under Italian law, travel to/from these countries is permitted without the need for a specific reason.

Restrictions apply in case of transit or stay in List D and/or List E countries during the 14 days prior to entry into Italy.


Compliance

For all those who have stayed or transited in the fourteen days preceding entry into Italy in one or more of the States and territories referred to in List C of Annex 20, the legislation provides that re-entry into Italy is compulsory:

  • undergo a molecular or antigenic swab, carried out within 48 hours prior to entry into Italy and the result of which is negative
  • complete a self-declaration
  • regardless of the result of the molecular or antigenic swab referred to above, undergo health surveillance and fiduciary isolation for a period of 5 days
  • undergo an additional molecular or antigenic swab at the end of the 5-day isolation period
  • notify the prevention department of the health authority responsible for the area of your entry (See page: COVID-19 Freephone numbers and regional information

A special Memo of the Directorate General of Prevention of the Ministry of Health will introduce a digital Passenger Locator Form (PLF) to be shown before boarding, which will replace the self-declaration mentioned above.


Exemptions

Provided that no COVID-19 symptoms occur, specific exemptions are foreseen:

  • The obligation to swab 48 hours prior to departure does not apply in the cases provided for in Art. 51 para. 7) letters a), b), c), f), g), l), m), o), which can be found in the section Exemptions
  • the obligations of fiduciary isolation, health surveillance and swab test on day 5 do not apply in the cases provided for in Article 51, paragraph 7, of the Decree-Dpcm of 2 March 2021, which can be consulted in the Exemptions section.


Validity of regulations

The provisions remain in force until  April 30, 2021.


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List D

Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, Rwanda, Singapore, Thailand as well as additional states and other territories with low epidemiological risk, which will be identified, among those in List E, with an order adopted pursuant to article 6, subparagraph 2.

Entry Restrictions

Under Italian law, travel to and from these countries is permitted without the need for a specific reason (subject to the limitations set out in Italy at regional level). The removal of travel restrictions from Italy to some countries does not exclude that these countries may still impose entry restrictions.

There are certain restrictions on entry into Italy in the case of transit or residence in List E countries, during the 14 days prior to entry into Italy.

Compliance

When returning to Italy, if you have stayed in/transited through these countries in the previous 14 days, you must:

  • undergo a molecular or antigenic swab carried out within 48 hours prior to entry into Italy and the result of which is negative
  • complete a self-declaration
  • undergo fiduciary isolation and health surveillance for 10 days. This provision applies only to entries into Italy after the entry into force of the Ordinance of  April 16, 2021. Those who entered Italy before  April 18, 2021 must complete the 14-day isolation period. 
  • undergo an additional molecular or antigenic swab at the end of the 10-day isolation period. Those who entered Italy before  April 18, 2021 must complete the 14-day isolation period and do not need to undergo any further testing.
  • reach their final destination in Italy only by private transport
  • notify the prevention department of the health authority responsible for the area of your entry (See page: COVID-19 Freephone numbers and regional information

A special Memo of the Directorate General of Prevention of the Ministry of Health will introduce a digital Passenger Locator Form (PLF) to be shown before boarding, which will replace the self-declaration mentioned above.


Exemptions

Provided that no COVID-19 symptoms occur, specific exemptions are foreseen:

  • The obligation to swab 48 hours prior to departure does not apply in the cases provided for in Art. 51 para. 7) letters a), b), c), f), g), l), m), o), which can be found in the section Exemptions
  • the obligations of fiduciary isolation, health surveillance and swab test on day 5 do not apply in the cases provided for in Article 51, paragraph 7, of the Decree-Dpcm of 2 March 2021, which can be consulted in the Exemptions section.


Validity of regulations

The provisions remain in force until April 30, 2021.


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List E

All States and territories not specifically mentioned in other lists.

Specific rules have been adopted for some countries. 

The Ordinance of February 13, 2021  provides for a ban on entry into Italy, for all those who come from Brazil or who have stayed/transited there in the 14 days preceding entry into Italy. These provisions have been extended until April 30, 2021. See dedicated sessions: 


Travel to/from the rest of the world is only allowed for specific reasons, such as:

  • work
  • health reasons
  • study reasons
  • absolute urgency
  • return to one's domicile, home, or residence. 

Travelling for tourism is therefore not permitted. 

The re-entry/entry into Italy, in case of stay/transit in the previous 14 days from this group of countries, is always allowed to Italian/EU/Schengen citizens and their family members, as well as to holders of long-term resident status and their family members (Directive 2004/38/EC). It is also confirmed the possibility of entry into Italy, from List E countries, for persons who have a proven and stable emotional relationship (even if not cohabiting) with Italian/EU/Schengen citizens or natural persons who are legally resident in Italy (long-term residents), who need to reach their partner's home/domicile/residence (in Italy).


Compliance

When returning to Italy, if you have stayed in/transited through these countries in the previous 14 days, you must:

  • undergo a molecular or antigenic swab carried out within 48 hours prior to entry into Italy and the result of which is negative
  • complete a self-declaration
  • undergo fiduciary isolation and health surveillance for 10 days. This provision applies only to entries into Italy after the entry into force of the Ordinance of  April 16, 2021. Those who entered Italy before  April 18, 2021 must complete the 14-day isolation period. 
  • undergo an additional molecular or antigenic swab at the end of the 10-day isolation period. Those who entered Italy before  April 18, 2021 must complete the 14-day isolation period and do not need to undergo any further testing.
  • reach their final destination in Italy only by private transport
  • notify the prevention department of the health authority responsible for the area of your entry (See page: COVID-19 Freephone numbers and regional information

A special Memo of the Directorate General of Prevention of the Ministry of Health will introduce a digital Passenger Locator Form (PLF) to be shown before boarding, which will replace the self-declaration mentioned above.


Exemptions

Provided that no COVID-19 symptoms occur, specific exemptions are foreseen:

  • The obligation to swab 48 hours prior to departure does not apply in the cases provided for in Art. 51 para. 7) letters a), b), c), f), g), l), m), o), which can be found in the section Exemptions
  • the obligations of fiduciary isolation, health surveillance and swab test on day 5 do not apply in the cases provided for in Article 51, paragraph 7, of the Decree-Dpcm of 2 March 2021, which can be consulted in the Exemptions section.


Validity of regulations

The provisions remain in force until April 30, 2021.


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Brazil

Travellers who have stayed in or transited through Brazil during the previous fourteen days are banned from entering and transiting in the Italian national territory.

Entry into and transit through Brazil are permitted, on condition that no Covid-19 symptoms occur, only to the following categories

  • those who have been registered in Italy since before 13 February 2021 (with self-declaration, without authorisation from the Ministry)
  • those who must reach the domicile, home or residence of their minor children, spouse, or party to a civil partnership (with self-declaration, without authorisation from the Ministry);
  • officials and agents, however they are called, of the European Union or international organisations, diplomatic agents, administrative and technical staff of diplomatic missions, consular officials and employees, military, and police personnel, in the exercise of their functions (with self-declaration, without authorisation by the Ministry)
  • persons in a state of absolute necessity authorised by the Ministry of Health

In the cases described above, entry into the national territory and air traffic from Brazil shall be allowed according to the following rules:

  • a) the obligation to present to the carrier at the time of embarkation and to any person in charge of carrying out the controls, the certification of having undergone, in the 72 hours preceding entry into the national territory, a molecular or antigenic test, to be carried out by means of a swab and with a negative result;
  • b) the obligation to undergo a molecular or antigenic test, to be carried out by means of a swab, at the time of arrival at the airport, port, or border post, where possible, or within 48 hours of entry into national territory at the local health authority of reference. In case of entry into the national territory by flight from Brazil, the swab referred to in this point shall be carried out at the moment of arrival at the airport;
  • c) the obligation to undergo, regardless of the result of the test referred to in subparagraph b), health surveillance and trustworthy isolation for a period of 14 days at home or at the dwelling, after notifying the Department of Prevention of the local health authority of their entry into the national territory.
  • d) obligation to carry out an additional molecular or antigenic test at the end of the fourteen-day quarantine period

The crew and travelling personnel of means of transport for persons and goods are not required to undergo fiduciary isolation (unless symptoms of COVID-19 appear), but they must nevertheless undergo a molecular or antigenic test, to be carried out by means of a swab, upon arrival at the airport, port, or border location, where possible, or within 48 hours of entering the national territory at the local health authority of reference.


Exemption from quarantine after approval by the Ministry of Health

Entry into Italy is permitted, provided that no symptoms of Covid-19 are present and subject to authorisation by the Ministry of Health, subject to:

  • the obligation to  produce a self-declaration,
  • a negative molecular or antigenic swab must be taken within 48 hours beforehand
  • the obligation to take a negative molecular or antigenic swab upon arrival at the airport, or in the case of arrival at a port or along the border also within 48 hours at the local health authority of reference,

exclusively for the following categories of subjects:

  • entry into Italy for less than 120 hours for proven work, health or absolute urgency needs;
  • to staff of companies and bodies with registered or secondary offices in Italy for travel abroad for proven work requirements of no more than 120 hours;
  • officials and agents of the European Union or international organisations, diplomatic agents, administrative and technical staff of diplomatic missions, consular officials and employees, military personnel, including those returning from international missions, and police force personnel, and personnel of the Information System for the Security of the Republic and the Fire Brigade in the performance of their duties.

These measures are valid until April 30, 2021.


How to apply for authorisation from the Ministry of Health

  • Due to the large number of requests received, it is necessary, in order to be able to grant authorisation within the established timeframe, to forward the request at least 7 working days before the date of entry in Italy to the following email address: coordinamento.usmafsasn@sanita.it

In addition, please attach the following documents in a single pdf document:

  • travel itinerary (copy of your flight ticket or tickets for other means of transport used)
  • identity documents

Please attach any additional documents proving the reason for your need to travel.

Please also note that:

  • the exemption is only valid for the stated reason of necessity
  • lease do not submit requests for entry into Italy after the date on which the current Ordinance is due to take effect
  • further documentation may be requested in order to assess the issue of the authorisation. If entry is authorised, travellers must take care to bring with them notification of the office that issued the authorisation.

All documents must be submitted in pdf format only (any documents submitted in other formats will make requests not valid).


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Exemptions

Entry with self-declaration, without authorisation from the Ministry of Health
To whom enters Italy from the countries listed C, D and E.

  • Provided that no symptoms of COVID-19 occur, and subject to self-declaration obligations and notification of entry from abroad into the country to the competent health authority, the provisions relating to the obligation to submit a negative result of a molecular or antigenic test performed 48 hours previously do NOT apply to :
    • transport crews
    • travelling personnel  
    • movements from and to the States and territories referred to in List A of Annex 20 
    • anyone who enters Italy for a period not exceeding 120 hours for proven needs of work, health, or absolute urgency, with the obligation, at the expiry of that period, to leave the national territory immediately or, failing that, to begin the period of surveillance and fiduciary isolation in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 5.
    • any person passing, by private means, through Italian territory for a period not exceeding 36 hours, with the obligation, at the expiry of that period, to leave the national territory immediately or, failing that, to commence the period of surveillance and solitary confinement in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 5
    • cross-border workers entering and leaving the national territory for proven work reasons and for the subsequent return to their residence, home, or abode  
    • staff of companies and bodies with registered or secondary offices in Italy for travel abroad for proven work requirements not exceeding 120 hours    
    • pupils and students for the purposes of attending a course of study in a country other than their country of residence, dwelling, or abode, to which they return daily or at least once a week   

  • Provided that no symptoms of COVID-19 occur, and subject to self-declaration obligations and notification of entry from abroad to the competent health authority, the provisions concerning the obligation of fiduciary isolation and health surveillance, the use of private transport to reach the final destination and the obligation to swab at the end of isolation do NOT apply to:
    • transport crews
    • travelling personnel  
    • movements from and to the States and territories referred to in List A of Annex 20 
    • anyone who enters Italy for a period not exceeding 120 hours for proven needs of work, health, or absolute urgency, with the obligation, at the expiry of that period, to leave the national territory immediately or, failing that, to begin the period of surveillance and fiduciary isolation in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 5.
    • any person passing, by private means, through Italian territory for a period not exceeding 36 hours, with the obligation, at the expiry of that period, to leave the national territory immediately or, failing that, to commence the period of surveillance and solitary confinement in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 5
    • citizens and residents of a member State of the European Union and of the other States and territories indicated in Lists A, B, C and D of annex 20 who enter Italy for proven reasons of work, unless in the fourteen days prior to their entry into Italy they have stayed or transited in one or more of the States and territories indicated in List C
    • to health personnel entering Italy to exercise health professional qualifications, including temporary exercise as per art. 13 of decree-law no. 18 of March 17, 2020, converted, with amendments, by law no. 27 of  April 24, 2020  
    • cross-border workers entering and leaving the national territory for proven reasons of work and their subsequent return to their residence, dwelling or abode  
    • staff of companies and bodies with registered or secondary offices in Italy for travel abroad for proven work requirements not exceeding 120 hours    
    •  officials and other civil servants, however named, of the European Union or international organisations, diplomatic agents, administrative and technical staff of diplomatic missions, consular officials and employees, military personnel, including those returning from international missions, and police forces, personnel of the Information System for the Security of the Republic and fire brigades in the performance of their duties
    • pupils and students for the purposes of attending a course of study in a country other than their country of residence, dwelling, or abode, to which they return daily or at least once a week   
    • entries by means of covid-tested flights, in accordance with the Ordinance of the Minister for Health of  November 23, 2020, as amended

For the above-mentioned categories, the reasons for the derogation are proved by the self-declaration itself, which must be shown to anyone who is appointed to verify the truthfulness of the written declarations.


Exemptions for entries for national sporting competitions

It applies as per current legislation to the following categories

  • to the entry of athletes, coaches, judges, competition commissioners and accompanying persons, representatives of the foreign press for participation in the sporting competitions referred to in Art. 18, paragraph 1 who, in the 48 hours prior to entering the national territory, have undergone a molecular or antigenic test, carried out by means of a swab and found to be negative.

The reference organisations for this exemption are CONI and CIP (Article 18(1)). Participants are required to comply with the protocols issued by their national sports federations, associated sports disciplines, and sports promotion bodies.


Exemptions issued by the Ministry of Health

To whom enters Italy from the countries listed C, D and E.

It is possible to request exemptions from the obligation of fiduciary isolation and health surveillance, provided that entry into Italy takes place:

  • for work reasons regulated by special security protocols, approved by the competent health authority   
  • for reasons that cannot be postponed, subject to authorisation by the Ministry of Health and with the obligation to present to the carrier at the time of embarkation and to whoever is appointed to carry out the controls, a certificate of having undergone, in the forty-eight hours prior to entry into Italian territory, a molecular or antigenic test, carried out by means of a swab and which has proved negative.


Procedure for requesting an exemption issued by the Ministry of Health

Upon request of the Traveller/Entity/Organising Company that requires an exemption from the quarantine requirement issued by the Ministry of Health, Office 3 of the General Directorate of Health Prevention (USMAF-SASN Coordination) will examine the request and possibly convey the guidelines that the international traveller must follow in order to be exempt from the above measures.

In order to send the request, it is necessary:

  • Due to the large number of requests received, it is necessary, in order to be able to grant the exemption within the established timeframe, to forward the request at least 7 working days before the date of entry in Italy to the following email address: coordinamento.usmafsasn@sanita.it
  • thoroughly fill out the Request form 
  • it is necessary to forward the travel information: in case of arrival by plane/ship indicate flight number, date of arrival in Italy, place of arrival in Italy; in case of arrival by private vehicle/land entrance, please state registration number of the private vehicle, date and point of access to the national territory.

In addition, please attach the following documents in a single pdf document:​

  • attach travel itinerary and identity documents/passports of travellers (in case of several files, please insert them in one pdf document)
  • attach identity documents (in case of several files, please insert them in one pdf document);
  • In case of entry for work reasons, it is necessary to attach the letter of invitation from the event organiser and the letter from the company, signed by the latter's legal representative, certifying, and confirming the need to work in Italy. In the case of business trips of employees working in Italy at foreign sites, the exemption from quarantine will be granted to those who need to resume their work physically in the company once they return to Italy. The following information must also be summarised in these documents:
    • name and surname of the beneficiary of the derogation;
    • travel information: in case of arrival by plane/ship indicate flight number, date of arrival in Italy, place of arrival in Italy; in case of arrival by private vehicle/land entrance, please state registration number of the private vehicle, date and point of access to the national territory.
  • In case of entry for reasons that cannot be postponed, it is necessary to send all the documentation proving that the event cannot be postponed, as well as a letter signed by the person concerned containing the following information:
    • first and last name of the beneficiary of the exemption;
    • travel information: in case of arrival by plane/ship indicate flight number, date of arrival in Italy, place of arrival in Italy; in case of arrival by private vehicle/land entrance, indicate registration number of the private vehicle, date and point of access to the national territory.

All documents must be submitted in pdf format only (any documents submitted in other formats will make requests not valid).

Furthermore, please remember:

  • that the derogation is to be considered valid only for the reason indicated
  • not to submit requests for events scheduled to take place after the effective date of the current Prime Ministerial Decree
  • that further documentation may be required

The traveller must take care to bring with him the communication from the office that transmitted the protocol, the signed self-declaration testifying to the application of the guidelines with the result of the negative test to be shown, if necessary, to the Border Authority or the Health Authority.

The addresses to which the request should be sent are: coordinamento.usmafsasn@sanita.itdgprev@postacert.sanita.

This exemption applies exclusively to travellers who are allowed to enter Italy in accordance with current legislation.


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Covid-tested flights - Passenger Locator Form

What are "Covid-tested" flights?

Covid-tested flights are flights that have been authorised by the Ministry of Health by means of a special ordinance.

Requirements

Passengers on "Covid-tested" flights are required to:

Passengers on these flights, following the above-mentioned protocol, are authorised to enter and transit into the Italian national territory, without having to comply with the obligations of health surveillance and fiduciary isolation.

Failure to comply with only one of the above-mentioned requirements will result in the lapse of the exemption from the obligations of health surveillance and fiduciary isolation.

Authorised Flight Routes

After an initial experimental phase the Prime Minister's Decree of March 2, 2021, art. 54 paragraph 3, allowed the extension of the flights subject to "Covid-tested" experimentation.

Therefore, as of today, it is possible for airlines to operate "Covid-tested" flights on the following routes:

  • Atlanta - Rome Fiumicino 
  • New York - Rome Fiumicino 
  • Atlanta - Milan Malpensa 
  • New York - Milan Malpensa 

The trial of the "Covid-tested" flights identified by the two Ordinances of November 23, 2020 and  March 9, 2021 has been extended until June 30, 2021, unless further extensions are granted.

For further information on the actual operation of "Covid-tested" flights on the routes for which the trial is underway, please contact the airlines directly.

Entry into Italy from the United States (E-listed country) is only allowed for specific categories of passengers, pursuant to art. 49, paragraph 1 of the Ministerial Decree of  March 2.

In the event of denied boarding on a "Covid-tested" flight, due to a positive result to COVID-19, the air carrier will refund the ticket or issue a voucher of equal amount at the passenger's request, within fourteen days from the date of withdrawal. The ticket will be valid for eighteen months from issue.


How to fill out the Passenger Locator Form - dPLF

As of March 23, 2021, all passengers wishing to enter Italy via "Covid-tested" flights will be required to complete the PLF, prior to entering the country, following the instructions below:

  • connect to the website https://app.euplf.eu/ 
  • follow the guided procedure to access the dPLF
  • select Italy as destination country
  • register on the website by creating a personal account with username and password (it is necessary to do this only the first time)
  • fill out and send the dPLF following the guided procedure

Once the form has been sent, the passenger will receive at the e-mail address provided during registration, the dPLF in pdf and QRcode format that he/she will have to show directly from his/her smartphone during boarding. Alternatively, the passenger can print a copy of the dPLF to show at boarding.

The dPLF must be sent before boarding. However, the field relating to the seat number assigned on the flight can always be modified.

Only one dPLF needs to be completed per household.

Read more on the Eu dPLF web site


What is the Passenger Locator Form (PLF)?

The Passenger Locator Form (also known as the Passenger Locator Card) is a form used to collect information on the travel itinerary to allow the relevant Health Authority to promptly contact the passenger if he or she is exposed to a contagious diffusive disease during air travel.

The PLF is an important public health tool useful for contact tracing on board of all means of transport that follow international routes and allows for the rapid implementation of the health measures necessary to protect the individual and the community.


Compliance by the carrier

  • It is the responsibility of the carrier to check that the dPLF has been completed before allowing the passenger to board.
  • It is the carrier's responsibility to inform the passenger of the need to complete the dPLF before boarding, by sending the link by email a few days before boarding.

The main public health recommendations and prevention measures for those entering Italy

What to do if symptoms compatible with COVID-19 appear while you are in Italy:

  • seek medical help. Immediately inform the Department of Prevention of the Local Health Agency:
    • ask the staff of the hotel/accommodation facility to help you to contact the health services;
    • call the regional hot line. You can find the number on the website of the Ministry of Health at the following link: Covid-19 - Regional telephone information hotlines
  • If you develop severe symptoms, call the national emergency number 112
  • Avoid visiting the Hospital Emergency Room
  • Wear immediately a medical mask
  • Inform the reception of your health condition, so that they can take all prevention measures to protect the staff and other guests
  • If possible, move to a single room with dedicated bathroom
  • Self-isolate and remain in your room with the door closed but ensuring adequate natural ventilation
  • Respect the ban to go around, following the instructions of the health staff
  • Avoid contact with other tourists and with the staff of the hotel/accommodation facility
  • Wash your hands with soap and water and implement the other hygienic measures 
  • Follow good respiratory hygiene and dispose tissues properly putting them after use in double bags
  • Be available at the daily calls of the health staff in charge of monitoring your health conditions during the health surveillance
  • Avoid taking drugs without medical prescription.

Remember: public healthcare is free in Italy. More information are available on the website of the Ministry of Health: www.salute.gov.it/nuovocoronavirus


Protect yourself and others

Here are the main public health recommendations and measures for those entering Italy.

  • Maintain at least 1 meter security distance between yourself and others both in open and closed places
  • Implement preventive hygienic measures:
    • regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water

    • avoid direct contact with other people such as hugging and shaking hands

    • follow good respiratory hygiene: cover your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze

    • avoid sharing bottles and glasses

    • avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth

    • avoid taking antiviral drugs and antibiotics without medical prescription.

  • Use respiratory protection (face masks)
    It is mandatory to carry a face mask with you at all times. These must be worn, not only in closed spaces accessible to the public, as in the past, but also in indoor spaces in general, other than private homes, and also in all outdoor spaces. Exceptions are made in cases where, due to the characteristics of the place or the actual circumstances, the condition of isolation from non-residents is continuously guaranteed. Children under six years of age, people with pathologies or disabilities incompatible with the use of a face mask and those who interact with the latter, are excluded from the obligation to wear a face mask. Furthermore, the use of a face will not be mandatory during any sports activity.
  • The use of a face mask is also strongly recommended in private homes, if there are non-residents visiting.
  • Any form of assembly is forbidden
  • On some occasions body temperature can be measured (e.g. in some shops, hotels, public offices, restaurants, etc.).
  • It may be useful to keep a travel diary in which to note down the places visited, the companies visited and the relevant dates.
  • It is possible to download the IMMUNI App on your mobile phone, which, if correctly used, sends a report in case of a possible contact with a positive person, and offers further information. For assistance and clarifications on the use of the App call the toll-free number 800 91 24 91.
  • It is strongly recommended to refrain from travelling by public or private means of transport, with the exception of work, study and health related reasons, any urgent matters, or when carrying out activities or using services that are still available.


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