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New rules for entry to Italy from Norway and Iceland



New rules for entry to Italy from Norway and Iceland

As from December 15th, 2021, and unmtil at least January 31, 2022, entry to Italy is allowed from Norway and Iceland as well as from the other countries included in List C at the following conditions. Travellers must:

1) fill in and send a digital Passenger Locator Form available at 

2) produce a green EU certificate (green pass) proving that either
a) you have completed the anti covd-19 vaccination (for at least 14 days with an EMA approved vaccine) or
b) you have recovered from the covid-19

3) produce a certificate proving neative result of a test taken before entry to Italy (48 hrs before entry for a PCR test and 24 hrs before entry for an antigen rapid test).

Please note: If you are not able to produce a green certificate, even if you have taken the test prior to entry with negative result, you must:
a) undergo fiduciary isolation for a period of 5 (five) days at the address indicated in the Passanger Locator Form
b) carry out a molecular or antigen test at the end of the fiduciary isolation.

a) children up to 6 years are exempt from the test (PCR or antigen rapid)
b) minors from 6 to 18 years old are exempt from isolation if they travel with a parent/accompanying person with a green certificate, but must produce a certificate of a negative test (PCR or antigen rapid). If they can not produce the certificate, they must undergo fiuciary isolation.