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Coronavirus (Covid-19) Travel Advice

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As of 1 March 2022 the measures laid down in the previous Ordinances issued by the Ministry of Health no longer apply. Italy’s borders are now open to international visitors and the restrictions have been eased.

The Ordinance establishes the same rules for arrivals to Italy from all non-European countries as those already in force for European countries. For entry to the national territory, one of the conditions of the Green Pass will be sufficient: certificate of vaccination, certificate of recovery or negative test result.

In particular, the Country lists are eliminated and the rules regulating entry into the national territory are now standardized. Entry into Italy shall be authorized upon the submission of:
– the Passenger Locator Form (PLF) in digital of paper format;
– the Covid-19 Vaccine Passport (vaccination certificate, recovery certificate or negative molecular or antigen test) or any other equivalent vaccination certificate recognized (certificates can be shown digitally or on paper).

Only in case of failure to submit one of the above certifications, shall the traveller be submitted to a 5-day quarantine and obliged to take a molecular or antigen test at the end of this period.

Recognised the equivalence of several vaccines administered by foreign health authorities to those carried out under the National Vaccine Plan for the Prevention of SARS-CoV-2:

  • Vaccines recognised by EMA – European Medicines Agency (see country/vaccine list here)
  • Covishield (Serum Institute of India), manufactured under license from AstraZeneca
  • R-CoVI (R-Pharm), manufactured under licence from AstraZeneca;
  • Covid-19 vaccine-recombinant (Fiocruz), manufactured under licence from AstraZeneca

COVID-19, VACCINES REPORT IN ITALY: 95% of the population over 12 (people who have completed the vaccination course)

Useful resources

The following resources are available to update yourself on the latest information and potential future impacts of coronavirus Covid-19

Here you’ll find recent updates and reliable information sources about the Covid-19 global pandemic. Some countries are easing out of lockdown and travel restrictions are lifted. The situation is still fluid with authorities and suppliers changing policies at a rapid pace. We’re doing our best to keep up with all the changes.


This information comes from trustful sources. We have organized the information and made it available to you in good faith. This page is only informative and we are not responsible for the information given at the displayed links on this page. If you wish to have more detailed information please refer to mentioned authorities and their websites. We’ll do our best to keep this page updated but you are free to look after updates at any time.

Last update: 2 March 2022


What you need to know & do: a quick guide

  • Before going through the below check-list, take a quick survey of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation – Crisis Unit available here
  • Check the requirements for boarding with the airline or means of transport to Italy prior to boarding
  • Get full information on the Passenger Locator Form here
  • Learn how to fill out the Passenger Locator Form here
  • Complete the Passenger Locator Form to be shown before boarding here
  • While you are traveling in Italy keep the Regional telephone information Covid-19 hotlines handy here

We encourage you to contact us for further information in relation to your intended travel plans or advice on alternative travel plans.

For more information

Call one of the below toll-free numbers from the Italian Ministry of Health:

  • from abroad: +39 0232008345 or +39 0283905385
  • from Italy: 1500 (free toll number)

Regional toll-free numbers and travel info here.

Other useful links

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