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New rules for returning to Italy from abroad



New rules for returning to Italy from abroad

Following the recommendation agreed upon yesterday in the EU, an order from the Minister of Health was adopted for an initial adaptation of our rules to the new European framework.  

It is a bridge measure, which will remain in force until July 14 at the latest (when the measures to contain the pandemic currently in force expire).

Among the main new rules, we highlight the following:

  • study trips are allowed to and from any destination;
  • regardless of the reason, EU citizens, foreigners residing in an EU country and their family members (spouse, partner, children up to 21 years old, cohabiting parents, other dependent family members for disability reasons) are allowed to enter Italy;
  • regardless of the reason, residents of 14 non-EU and Schengen countries (Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, Republic of Korea, Thailand) are allowed to enter Italy Tunisia, Uruguay).

Those who enter from countries other than the EU, Schengen, UK and European microstates continue to be subjected to quarantine (except for cases of exclusion already foreseen).

Click HERE to fill in the Self-declaration Form in case you are returning to Italy.

Click HERE to read the related Frequently Asked Questions.