Due to the rising Covid-19 infections the Italian government has decided to update the requirements to enter Italy. The decree takes effect from tomorrow 16th December and will be valid till the 31st January 2022.
Furthermore, the state of emergency is extended till the 31st March 2022.
The Super-Green-Pass is also effective in so-called white areas until the 31st March 2022.
For entering Italy you will need
- The digital plf (passenger location form) that will eventually be checked upon arrival in Italy.
- The Green Pass (being vaccinated or recovered). Those who don’t have a Green Pass (those not vaccinated), have to stay 5 days in quarantine. To leave quarantine after 5 days you will need to do an antigenic test.
- A molecular test (not older than 48 hours) or an antigenic test (not older than 24 hours). Everyone, even those who are vaccinated or who recovered from Covid-19, will have to do this test before entering Italy.
These measures are valid for countries on the list C (European Union!).
I’m trying to keep this post updated, but I’m not taking any responsibility for the correctness of the information as requirementes are changing constantly. Please always check entry requirements with your embassy and on the official homepage of the Ministry of Health (Ministero della Salute) in Italy.