Holidays in Italy: PCR test, isolation, open places, we take stock

< p> Travellers wishing to travel to Italy will be required to complete a PCR test prior to departure, quarantine for five days, and then re-test at the end of

Holidays in Italy: PCR test, isolation, open places, we take stock
< p> Travellers wishing to travel to Italy will be required to complete a PCR test prior to departure, quarantine for five days, and then re-test at the end of this period. An update on the situation and new measures is provided..

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[Updated on 16 April 2021 at 16: 45] < / strong > To cope with the resurgence of the epidemic, Italy is giving a new twist. The country has thus decided to extend restrictions to fight the Covid-19 epidemic, including the closure of restaurants, shops and museums until April 30, according to a decree signed by Prime Minister Mario Draghi.  < / p>

The new decree makes vaccination compulsory for health workers, but keeps primary schools open, and provides that relaxation measures can be decided before the end of April if the health situation improves. All regions of Italy will remain, from 7 to 30 April, either classified " red " or "orange", while only the "yellow" classification allowed the opening of restaurants until 18h and greater mobility. PCR test, fourteen, curfew, open places, we take stock of the situation in Italy facing the Covid-19 epidemic. < / p > Are Italy's borders open ?

One of the French's favourite destinations in Europe, Italy reopened its borders to European citizens last summer. However, schools, restaurants, bars and museums have just closed their doors following the implementation of a new containment in several Italian regions. 

< p> Regions registering more than 250 new cases per week per 100,000 inhabitants automatically switch to "red zone" and must apply new restrictions : closing schools, colleges, high schools and universities, as well as bars and restaurants except for takeaway. Travel is limited to work requirements, the purchase of basic necessities and health emergencies. The great northern regions (Lombardy, Piedmont, Veneto, Emilia-Romagna), as well as Lazio (the region of Rome) and Puglia (the heel of the Boot in the south), thus join the southern regions of Campania (Naples), Basilicata and Molise in red. The other regions of the peninsula are in "orange zone": schools remain open and travel is allowed only in its municipality, but restaurants and bars are closed except for takeaway or deliveries

Does Italy impose a quarantine on tourists ?

Until April 30, travelers entering Italy from France must present the negative result of a molecular (PCR) or antigenic test carried out less than 48 hours before the trip, report on arrival to the regional health authority and submit to a 5-day isolation even if the first test is negative, at the address indicated to the health authorities (private address or hotel) and repeat a test at the end of the isolation.

What social distancing measures are in place in Italy ?

Italy maintains the obligation to wear a mask at all times : in closed places accessible to the public, but also in closed places other than private homes, and outside. < / p> Are restaurants and shops open in Italy ?

Three quarters of the country has once again been confined since mid-March, making it difficult for bars, restaurants, non-essential shops and cultural venues in Italy to reopen. The restrictions are currently extended until April 30. < / p> Are the beaches accessible in Italy ?

The Italian seaside is accessible. On private beaches, majority on the peninsula, a distance of 3 to 10 meters must be respected between sunbeds and umbrellas depending on the regions. < / p> Have the airports reopened, with which companies to go to Italy ?

Date Of Update: 01 May 2021, 05:57

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