Italy has removed the requirement for visitors to complete a Passenger Locator Form to enter the country, but has extended its existing entry requirements until the end of MAY, reports Schengen Visa Info. Until 31MAY, to be exempt from quarantine, travellers to Italy will be required to show: proof of full vaccination, a certificate of recovery, or proof of a negative COVID-19 result. Without that documentation, pax will be required to quarantine for five days upon arrival to Italy.
Extension of these entry requirements also remains a possibility. While the country dropped its mask requirement for many places including hotels, supermarkets, bars, museums and more, Italy is extending its face covering rules for public transport, hospitals, nursing homes, concerts and indoor sporting events.CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY