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Entry rules, quarantine, FAQ

Date:

05/02/2022


Entry rules, quarantine, FAQ

To contain the spread of COVID-19, the authorities of many countries may adopt restrictions and regulations. Here you will find information regarding Italy, Norway and Iceland.

Italian citizens are advised to read and take due note of the general travel recommendation issued by the Italian authorities

 


Entry

From 1 to 31 May 2022 entry is allowed to travellers from all countries. Travellers who wish to enter Italy must produce a covid-19 certificate (green pass) proving that either

a) you have completed the anti covid-19 vaccination (valid 9 months with full vaccination, unlimited with booster dose) or 
b) you have recovered from the covid-19 (valid 6 months) or
c) you have carried out a test with negative result 72 hrs before entry for a PCR test and 48 hrs before entry for an antigen rapid test.

If you are not able to produce a green certificate, you must:
a) undergo fiduciary isolation for a period of 5 (five) days 
b) carry out a molecular or antigen test at the end of the fiduciary isolation.

Minors
a) children up to 6 years are exempt from the test (PCR or antigen rapid)
b) minors from 6 to 17 years old must produce certification of a negative test (PCR or antigen rapid) if they are not in possession of a certificate of complete vaccination or recovery from covid-19. They are not required to be isolated if they accompany a parent/adult in possession of a vaccination or recovery certificate.

For further information you can take this survey: https://infocovid.viaggiaresicuri.it/index_en.html

Restrictive measures on the Italian territory

As of 1 May 2022, the presentation of the Covid-19 certificate/green pass is no longer required in order to access public services and activities and urban transport.

From 1 May to 15 June 2022 the requirement to use the ffp2 mask still applies on public transport, during shows open to the public that take place indoors in theatres, concert halls, cinemas, entertainment venues and live music and in other similar venues, during indoor sporting events and competitions. It is also advisable to wear the mask in all public indoor places or places open to the public.

"Immuni" mobile phone application
All travellers are invited to download the "Immuni" app for user tracking and the prevention of contagion from COVID19. "Immuni" warns users who have had exposure to risk, even if they are asymptomatic. "Immuni" can be downloaded at https://immuni.italia.it.

Page of the Italian Government on Covid-19: http://www.governo.it/it/coronavirus
Page of the Italian Ministry of Health: https://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/homeNuovoCoronavirus.jsp

 

 

Entry. Control measures 
As of 12 February 2022, all control measures related to the pandemic, including measures on entry into the country, are lifted. As of 2 March 2022 all entry measures to the Svalbard Islands are lifted.


Page of the Norwegian Government with information and advice on Covid-19: https://www.regjeringen.no/en/topics/koronavirus-covid-19/id2692388/

 

Entry. Control measures
As of 25 February 2022, all control measures related to the pandemic, including measures on entry into the country, are lifted.

Page of the Icelandic Government with information and advice on Covid-19 https://www.covid.is/

 


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