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Italy Mandates & Restrictions

Italy is partially open to tourists and quarantine is not required.


Vaccine passport now required for regional travel beginning September 1st. All travellers who cannot provide either a certificate of vaccination or a certificate of recovery from COVID-19 are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (antigen or PCR), taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.  Passengers fully vaccinated with an FDA or WHO-approved vaccine do not have to quarantine but need to take a viral test within 3 to 5 days of arrival. All travellers coming from US, Canada, Israel and Japan will have to present a PCR test regardless of vaccination status. If unvaccinated you’ll have to quarantine for 5 days.


Green pass (72 hour negative test or vaccine) is required for most places. Face masks are required in indoor public spaces and while on public transport. Masks are only required in outdoor public spaces when the 1-meter social distancing rule cannot be respected. Restaurants and Bars are open with limits to capacity. Indoor seating is limited to a maximum of 6 people per table. Nightclubs remained closed. Italy has introduced a Super Green Pass, which is valid only for fully vaccinated people. It’s required for public transportation and most other services such as restaurants, bars, museums and leisure activities.
Updated Jan 11, 2021