As of February 1, 2022, the travellers coming from the following countries (download the list) can enter Italy presenting ONLY one of the following medical certificates:
- a COVID-19 vaccination certificate, showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days and at most 270 days before arrival
- a COVID-19 recovery certificate, issued within 180 days before arrival
- a negative COVID-19 test. Accepted tests are antigen, taken within 48 hours before arrival, or NAAT, PCR, RT-PCR, taken within 72 hours before arrival
So, the test is not mandatory in case you are fully vaccinated or you have a certificate stating that you have recovered from Covid-19 after the completion of the primary vaccination cycle.
In addition, the travellers must fill in the Passenger Locator Form to be completed by all passengers arriving in Italy, by any means of transport, before entering Italian territory (click on this link to fill in the Passenger Locator Form https://app.euplf.eu/#/).
Unvaccinated travelers are subject to a 5 day home quarantine upon arrival.
Instead, the travellers coming from the following countries (download the list) can enter Italy presenting the following medical certificates:
- fill out the Passenger Locator Form prior to entering Italy. This form replaces the self-declaration made to the travel company and can be shown in both digital and paper format
- undergo a molecular swab carried out within 72 hours prior to entry into Italy and the result of which is negative, or an antigenic test carried out within 24 hours prior to entry into Italy, the result of which is negative. In the case of arrivals from the UK and Northern Ireland and British Isles, the molecular swab must be taken in the 48 hours prior to entering Italy
- present the COVID-19 Green Certificate, or equivalent certificate, certifying the completion of the vaccination cycle to the transport operator at the time of boarding and to anyone appointed to carry out the checks. Persons who have stayed in or passed through Canada, Japan and the United States of America in the fourteen days prior to their entry into Italy, can also show a COVID-19 Green Certificate certifying recovery or a certificate issued by the competent health authorities certifying recovery. These certificates can be shown digitally or on paper.
For some countries, it is possible to enter Italy through the “Covid-free tourist corridors” that will cover additional destinations: Cuba, Singapore, Turkey, Thailand (limited to the island of Phuket), Oman and French Polynesia. Consult the section Covid-free tourist corridors