Italy again imposes a mandatory summary for travelers from the United Kingdom, but allows those from multiple countries to enter with a green certificate.
As the health situation gradually returns to normal, Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza signed a new decree last Friday to define the conditions for entering the peninsula.
Passengers subject to isolation
From June 21, travelers from the United Kingdom will be forced to return to Italy for five days after being isolated due to the widespread distribution of the highly contagious delta variety, and will have to undergo a cov test.
On the other hand, this command allows convenient passengers to enter Boss Green health products, from the European Union, the United States and Japan.
The Green Health Certificate confirms the anti-govt vaccine, the virus cure for a maximum of six months, or the negative (48-hour validity) of the anti-govt test.
Passengers from other countries were barred from entering Italy
The text signed by the Minister extends the ban on entry to Italy for travelers from India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
Due to its relaxed health measures, Italy expects to welcome more than 20% of tourists this summer.
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