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Italian nationals returning to Italy and foreigners in Italy

 

Italian nationals returning to Italy and foreigners in Italy

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13/02/2021

 

Guidance for travel from Brazil

Entry to Italy of travellers who visited or transited through Brazil in the last 14 days before arriving in Italy is allowed only in the following cases (provided that they do not show symptoms of COVID-19): 

 

  • persons who have been resident in Italy since before 13 February 2021;
  • officials and other servants, however designated, of the European Union or international organisations, diplomatic agents, administrative and technical staff of diplomatic missions, consular officials and personnel, and members of the armed forces and law enforcement agencies engaged in their official duties;
  • persons travelling for essential reasons and specifically authorised by the Ministry of Health to enter Italy.

 

In these cases, travellers are allowed entry to Italy only if they:

a) present to the carrier on boarding, and to any other control authority, a negative molecular or antigenic swab test result taken within 72 hours before entering the country;

b) accept to take a molecular or antigenic swab test on arrival at the airport, port or border crossing, where possible, or within 48 hours from entering the country at their local health authority. Travellers entering Italy with a flight from Brazil must take a swab test on arrival at the airport;

c)  undertake, regardless of the swab test result in point b) above, to self-isolate under medical supervision for a period of fourteen days, at their home or other place of residence, subject to communication of their arrival to the Prevention Department of the competent local health authority;

d) accept to take an additional molecular or antigenic swab test at the end of the fourteen day self-isolation period;

Transport and haulage personnel engaged in transporting passengers and freight shall not be required to self-isolate in Italy (unless they show symptoms of COVID-19) although they shall be required to take a molecular or antigenic swab test on arrival at the airport, port or border crossing, where possible, or within 48 hours from entering the country at their local health authority.

 

Guidance for travel from Austria

From 14 February 2021 until 5 March 2021, persons visiting or transiting through Austria for more than twelve hours within the last 14 days are allowed entry to Italy only if they:

a) present to the carrier on boarding, and to any other control authority, a negative molecular or antigenic swab test result taken within 48 hours before entering the country;

b) accept to take a molecular or antigenic swab test on arrival at the airport, port or border crossing, where possible, or within 48 hours from entering the country at their local health authority;

c)  undertake, regardless of the swab test result in point b) above, to self-isolate under medical supervision for a period of fourteen days, at their home or other place of residence, subject to communication of their arrival to the Prevention Department of the competent local health authority;

d) accept to take an additional molecular or antigenic swab test at the end of the 14-day self-isolation period.

There are some exceptions tothe self-isolation requirement for persons travelling from Austria. These are given in the attachment to the self-declaration at the bottom of this page.

 

Guidance for travel from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Travellers visiting or transiting through the UK in the 14-day period prior to their entry to Italy are allowed entry to Italy only if resident in the country since before 23 December 2020 or for essential reasons (in which case they must specify, in the self-declaration form, whether they are returning home or the essential reason for travelling). In these cases, travellers are allowed entry to Italy only if they:

  1. present to the carrier on boarding, and to any other control authority, a negative molecular or antigenic swab test result carried out no earlier than 72 hours before entering the country; 
  2. undertake to carry out a molecular or antigenic swab test on arrival at the airport, port or border crossing, where possible, or within 48 hours from entering the country at their local health authority. Travellers entering Italy with a flight from the UK must carry out a swab test on arrival at the airport;
  3. undertake, regardless  of the swab test result under point b) above, to quarantine under medical supervision for a period of fourteen days, at their home or other place of residence, subject to communication of their arrival to the Prevention Department of the competent local health authority. 

Transport and haulage personnel engaged in transporting passengers and freight shall not be required to quarantine in Italy (except if they have the symptoms of Covid-19), but shall nevertheless be required to take a molecular or antigenic swab test on arrival at the airport, port or border crossing, where possible, or within 48 hours from entering the country at their local health authority.

 

ORDINANCE MINISTRY OF HEALTH – 13 FEBRUARY 2021 (IN ITALIAN)

ORDINANCE MINISTRY OF HEALTH – 30 JANUARY 2021 (IN ITALIAN)

ORDINANCE MINISTRY OF HEALTH – 16 JANUARY 2021 (IN ITALIAN) 

ORDINANCE MINISTRY OF HEALTH - 09 JANUARY 2021 (IN ITALIAN)

DECREE LAW 5 JANUARY 2021, N. 1 - (IN ITALIAN) 

ORDINANCE 23 DICEMBER 2020 - (IN ITALIAN) 

DECREE OF THE ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER OF DECEMBER 03, 2020 - (IN ITALIAN)

DECREE LAW 18 DECEMBER 2020 ("CHRISTMAS DECREE") - (IN ITALIAN)

 

GO TO THE INFORMATION FORM

 

DOWNLOAD HERE:

- SELF-DECLARATION FORM FOR ENTERING ITALY FROM ABROAD: FORM 

- NORMATIVA ANTI-COVID PER RIENTRO DALL’ESTERO: SELF-DECLARATION – ANNEX

 

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