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Italy Plans to Ease Its Covid-19 Protocols!

Pirates, it's been well over two years since the start of the Covid-19 Pandemic, and in the past two weeks, we have seen how many countries have decided to roll back their entry restrictions and bring a sense of normalcy to traveling. Now one of our favorite destinations, Italy, has announced its plans to ease its Covid-19 protocols, following the steps of other European countries like the UK & France.

Read on to learn more!

Published by
Eduardo Vega·9/19/2023

Everything changes in Italy with Spring!

  • On March 31st, the state of emergency in Italy expires.

  • In April, the country will relax most Covid-19 restrictions

  • From May 1st, Italy will no longer require masks or the use of its 'Green Pass,' with very few measures remaining in place after that date.

For Entry You Currently Need

  • Proof of full vaccination (maximum 9 months old) or

  • Proof of recovery (maximum 6 months old) or

  • Negative PCR test (maximum 72 hours old) or

  • Negative antigen rapid test (maximum 48 hours old)

  • A registration form.

It can be assumed that these regulations will also end on May 1st.

Although infection numbers keep rising in many countries, their vaccination campaigns have helped to bring back some normalcy we haven't seen in most of the world since 2019.

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