Hiolidaying again in Italy

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Those who have been dreaming of holidaying in Italy either again or for the first time have easier travel from now on.
Fully-vaccinated Britons arriving in Italy will no longer have to quarantine for five days upon arrival.

Visiting the Spanish Steps In Rome will be easier now that there are new regulations on entering Italy

This rule has been a big deterrent to most travellers other than those who have homes in the country.

Visitors must have received their second dose of the vaccine at least 14 days prior to travel and must present a negative PCR or antigen test taken within the 48 hours before arrival in Italy. (This time ruling only applies if you come from the UK) And, of course, you still need to fill in the Passenger Locator Form.

Unvaccinated UK arrivals will still be required to present a negative test and will still have to self-isolate for five days.
f you are unvaccinated, you can enter Italy from the UK if you fill out the passenger locator form, show a negative PCR or antigen test, taken within 48 hours prior to entering Italy, travel to your final destination by a private means and not on public transport and remain in self-isolation for a total of 5 days.

In addition you must notify the Prevention Department of the local health authority of your entry into Italy.
But then, after five days, you must take another PCR or antigen test.

As shown by the onerous list above for those unvaccinated, the new rules for those who have been double jabbed is much simpler and hardly eats less into holiday time

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