Folglich die neuesten Richtilinien für nach Italien bezüglich COVID 19.
- You must fill out a digital Passenger Locator form (or, in case of lack of necessary technology, a self-declaration);
- You must prove that you have undergone a molecular or antigenic test, carried out by means of a swab, with negative result. Such proof can be a document issued by the laboratory or other health facility where you have been tested. Once the Italian Ministry of Health will have issued guidelines for the so called “green pass”, you will have to obtain a green pass and show it to the carrier or any other person entitled to check your documents.
- You can only take the test in the 48 hours before you arrive.
- Once in Italy, you must inform Local Health Authorities of your arrival.
If you are unable to show proof of a molecular or antigenic test or unable to obtain a green pass, you can enter Italy, but you must:
- Inform your Local Health Authority of reference as soon as you enter Italy
- Self-isolate for ten (10) days
- take another molecular or antigenic test, carried out by means of a swab, at the end of the 10-day self-isolation. Exemptions are indicated below.
Further containment measures may be adopted at national and local level. Beware of that and check with your local authorities what movements are allowed. Restrictions may be adopted at national and/or regional level depending on the risk assessment carried out on a regular basis by the Ministry of Health. You can find useful information on local restrictions on the website of the Ministry of Health, by clicking Containment Measures in Italy.
Certain categories of travelers may be exempt from the aforesaid requirements, provided that they do not show symptoms of COVID-19.
EXEMPTIONS FROM THE REQUIREMENTS OF BOTH TESTS (48 hours before arriving and upon completing self-isolation) AND SELF-ISOLATION
As per Order of May 14, 2021, the following categories of travelers may be fully exempted from the requirements of a test carried out in the 48 hours before they arrive, self-isolation and subsequent test.
- anyone entering Italy for a period not exceeding 120 hours due to proven needs of work, health or absolute urgency, with the obligation, on expiry of that period, to leave the national territory immediately or, failing that, to begin the period of surveillance and fiduciary isolation;
- crew and travel personnel/hauliers;
- people travelling to/from Countries in List A;
- any person transiting, by private means, through Italian territory for a period not exceeding 36 hours, with the obligation, at the end of that period, to leave the national territory immediately or, failing that, to begin the period of surveillance and trustee isolation in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 5 of Prime Ministerial Decree of March 2, 2021;
- cross-border workers entering and leaving the national territory for proven reasons of work and the consequent return to their residence, dwelling or stay;
- the personnel of companies and institutions with registered or secondary offices in Italy for travel abroad for proven work requirements of no more than 120 hours;
- pupils and students to attend a course of study in a country other than their country of residence, dwelling or abode, to which they return every day or at least once a week;
- officials and other servants, however, they may be called, of the European Union or international organisations, diplomatic agents, administrative and technical staff of diplomatic missions, consular officials and employees, personnel of the Security Information System of the Republic and fire brigade workers, military and police staff in the performance of their duties.
EXEMPTION FROM THE REQUIREMENT OF SELF-ISOLATION AND SUBSEQUENT TESTING
Order of May 14, 2021 sets forth a mandatory requirement of a molecular or antigenic test carried out by means of a swab in the 48 hours before they arrive, for the following categories of travelers:
- health personnel entering Italy for the exercise of professional health qualifications, including the temporary exercise referred to in Article 13 of Decree-Law no. 18 of 17 March 2020;
These travelers are exempt from the requirements of self-isolation and subsequent test only.
EXEMPTION FOR CITIZENS OR RESIDENTS OF COUNTRIES IN LIST A, B, C or D, TRAVELLING FOR PROVEN WORK REASONS: Nationals and residents of the States and territories listed in Lists A, B, C* and D in Annex 20 of Prime Ministerial Decree of March 2, 2021, entering Italy for proven employment reasons, are exempt from the requirements of self-isolation and subsequent testing, but they must take a molecular or antigenic test, carried out by means of a swab, in the 48 hours before they arrive.
An Italian national has to undergo surgery in Italy, for an overall stay of 3 days. The Italian national is resident in Tunisia and travels from there. In this case, the person is not required to take a test or stay in self-isolation. After 3 days, and in any case after 120 hours, he/she must leave national territory or self-isolate.
A Mexican national residing in the United States and travelling from the latter has to enter Italy for an important business meeting, for an overall stay of 4 days. He/she has a connecting flight in Bruxelles from where he/she will reach Italy. The Mexican national is not required to self-isolate or to take a molecular test. After 4 days or after a maximum of 120 hours, he/she must leave national territory or self-isolate.
An Australian national currently residing in South Africa seeks entry into Italy as he/she has been hired by a local company. The Australian national must take a molecular or antigenic test 72 hours before entering Italy but he/she is not required to self-isolate, regardless of the duration of his/her stay in Italy for work-related reasons.
An Italian national currently resident in Germany, and travelling from there, seeks entry into Italy for proven employment reasons, for more than 120 hours. The Italian national will be required to take a test in the 48 hours before entering Italy.
Any employee (regardless of their nationality) of a company registered in Italy has to travel to Ethiopia in order to oversee a purchase of a client, for no longer than 5 days. Upon his/her return, he/she is not required to take a test or self-isolate.
OTHER EXEMPTIONS or HEALTH PROTOCOLS AUTHORISED BY THE ITALIAN MINISTRY OF HEALTH
The Ministry of Health has set forth specific protocols for certain travelers (indicated below). Click here for further information.
- Passengers of “Covid-tested” flights, as defined by the Minister of Health with Order of November 23 2020. For further information on “Covid-tested” flights, kindly contact your airline.
- Entry into the national territory for work reasons regulated by special security protocols, approved by the relevant health authority;
- Entry for non-deferrable reasons, authorized by the Italian Ministry of Health, with a certificate of a molecular or antigenic test carried out by means of a swab in the 48 hour before entering Italy, with negative result.
- In order to participate in sporting events such as those mentioned under article 18, paragraph 1 of PMD of March 2 2021, entry is always permitted to athletes, commissioners, referees, foreign press and alike, irrespective of their travel history, if the following mandatory requirements are met: They must fill out a self-declaration; they must carry with them a certificate proving that they have taken a molecular or antigenic test carried out by means of a swab, in the 48 hours before entering Italy, with negative result. Sporting events must take place in accordance with relevant health and safety protocols adopted by the organization responsible for the event.