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Traveling to Italy during Covid-19: What you need to know before you go
Travel from the United States is authorized, but only if traveling on a 'Covid-tested' flight.
What are the restrictions?
Arrivals from Europe must provide a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours of their arrival. They are also required to fill in a self-declaration form, and report to the local health authorities. The same rules apply to arrivals from the UK and Israel, though with a test taken 48 hours previously.
Leisure travel is permitted from the United States. Travelers must arrive on a government-approved "Covid-tested" flight. At the moment, only Delta and Alitalia run these, from New York JFK and Atlanta to Rome and Milan. Delta has announced plans to add more flights, from JFK to Venice July 2, and Atlanta to Venice, and Boston to Rome August 5.
United is now offering Covid-tested flights from Newark to Milan, and American Airlines is offering JFK to Rome and Milan.
Americans arriving on a "Covid-tested" flight must test negative 48 hours before boarding, then again at the airport, and a third time on arrival. They may then skip quarantine. Be aware, only officially designated "Covid-tested" flights approved by the Italian government can be used. Leisure travelers will not be admitted into Italy on any other flight.
Arrivals from any approved countries must self-isolate for 14 days on arrival.
Please check this website for updated information regarding travel in Italy:
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