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COVID-19. TRAVELLING TO ITALY

Date:

10/11/2021


COVID-19. TRAVELLING TO ITALY

Travellers from EU countries, the Schengen area, Israel, Canada, Japan and the United States can enter Italy without any quarantine obligation, provided that:

1. They fill in the Passenger Locator Form before entering Italy

Mandatory for anyone entering Italy (as the final destination) from abroad for any duration of time and aboard any means of transport.

2. They present on arrival a COVID-19 Green Pass issued by the Health Authorities their home country, certifying one of the following:

  • complete vaccination against COVID-19 performed at least 14 days beforehand (valid for 1 year);
    • Accepted vaccines: Pfizer BioNtech, Moderna, AstraZeneca/Oxford, Johnson &Johnson/Janssen.
    • The certificate has to show that you have received either 1 dose out of 1 or 2 doses out of 2.
  • recovery from COVID-19 and the termination of medical isolation (valid for 6 months from the positive test);
  • negative result for a rapid molecular (PCR) or antigenic test performed in the 48 hours prior to entry into Italy.

Children under the age of six are exempt from testing prior their entry to Italy.

Green Passes must be in Italian, English, French or Spanish and can be presented in digital or printed formats.

To access indoor public venues, events and gatherings, individuals are asked to hold the EU digital COVID certificate or certification of at least one dose of the vaccine or have tested negative on a molecular or antigen test within the previous 48 hours or have recovered from COVID-19 in the previous six months. Children under 12 are exempt.

 

Information for tourists. You can also visit the website Re-open EU for further information. 

Estonia is currently in List C. Read more about the List C Entry Restrictions

Classification of Regions

 

EU Digital COVID Certificate

Those who have completed their vaccination in Estonia can now print their digital EU COVID certificate. In addition, certificates are also available for those who received a negative test result or recovered from COVID-19.

The EU Digital COVID Certificate contains a QR code with a digital signature to protect it against falsification. When the certificate is checked, the QR code is scanned and the signature verified. On 1 June, the Commission activated a gateway through which all certificate signatures can be verified across the EU. The personal data of the certificate holder does not pass through the gateway, as this is not necessary to verify the digital signature.

Questions and Answers – EU Digital COVID Certificate

 

 

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