New Restrictions in Italy

Due to a rise in Covid-19 infections, new restrictions in Italy have been imposed.

Effective today, masks must now be worn outdoors from 6pm- 6am in spaces where people gather. This includes spaces and premises open to the public as well as in public spaces (squares, open spaces, streets and promenades).

Additionally, dance activities are suspended, outdoors or indoors, which take place in discos, dance halls and similar venues intended for entertainment or which take place in lidos, bathing establishments, equipped beaches, free beaches, common areas accommodation facilities or other places open to the public.

A link to the ordinance written in Italian is here

Recently, mandatory testing for all travelers arriving from Greece, Malta, Spain and Croatia has also been imposed.  Travelers arriving in Italy from these destinations have the option of a rapid test on the spot, the presentation of a certificate obtained within the last 72 hours which shows they are COVID-19 free or to carry out a test within two days of entering Italy, but will have to stay in isolation until the results arrive.

Common questions and answers to Covid-19 in Italy can be found here

Pietro Luca Cassarino
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