Italy removes quarantine for fully-vaccinated Brits

By Linsey McNeill
30/08/2021
Home » Italy removes quarantine for fully-vaccinated Brits

Italy has removed its five-day quarantine requirement for fully vaccinated UK arrivals from today.

To enter Italy, Brits will need proof they’ve been double-jabbed, plus a negative COVID test.

The test can be either a rapid antigen or PCR test but must be taken no more than 48 hours before travel.

Arrivals must also complete an online digital form to generate a QR code, which should be presented to their travel provider and Border Police if requested.

Travellers without a smart phone can complete a paper form.

Those who don’t provide a negative test will still need to self-isolate unless they are transiting Italy in a private vehicle for less than 36 hours, or travelling for work, health or essential reasons for less than 120 hours.

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