Coronavirus Covid in Italy and in Venice, Florence and Rome, Covid Certificate Pass, Antigenic and Molecular Swabs, Rules for entering Italy
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Covid Coronavirus Italy: Venice, Florence, RomeWeekly Bulletin Friday 17 March 2023: 3,390 new positive cases per day in Italy.
92.8% of Italians over the age of 12 have had a complete vaccination cycle or have been cured less than six months ago (1.2%).
Vaccination Pass, Antigenic and Molecular Tests, Quarantine, Outdoor MaskThe Italian Government's New rules in force since October 1st, 2022:
Covid rules for entering ItalyThere is no longer any obligation to present an EU Digital Covid Certificate, proof of cure or test, nor the need to fill out a European traceability form to enter Italy.
COVID ItalyUnited Kingdom Travelers info
Japan, Canada and U.S. Travelers info
European Union Travellers info
Wearing a mask in ItalyEnd of wearing a sanitary mask Outdoors
Wearing a mask is no longer mandatory outside throughout Italy. It remains mandatory outdoors in case of gatherings that do not allow a sufficient distance to be respected between people, and therefore you should always have one in your pocket just in case.
End of wearing a sanitary mask Indoors
Wearing the FFP2 (or simple) mask is not any more mandatory, including in all transport.
Curfew, Travel inside ItalyThere is currently no curfew in force throughout Italy. All travel is allowed between regions without limitation.
EU Digital Covid Certificate or equivalent Certification in ItalyThere is no longer any obligation to produce a Covid Certificate throughout Italy.
Hotels Restaurants Cafes Museums
The EU Digital Covid Certificate (basic, obtained with a test, or vaccinal) is not any more mandatory inside restaurants, cafes and bars, cinemas, theatres, concerts and operas.
There is no longer need to have an EU Digital Covid Certificate obligation for staying in hotels.
Covid Certificate are no longer required to enter museums, shops and shopping centres.
Covid Rules in Transport
The EU Digital Covid Certificate is no longer required on public transport.
COVID Tested Flights to ItalyFor travellers from Canada, the United States and Japan, airports in Venice, Rome, Milan and Naples are certified “Covid Tested” to avoid quarantine.
Covid Tested Flights Official Information
Where you can get a COVID-19 Antigenic or Molecular Swab in Venice Florence or Rome?Antigenic swabs can be done in many Italian pharmacies with a result within half an hour. However, be careful; it is often necessary to book your test appointment the day before.
Antigenic swab in Venice Pharmacies info
Antigenic swab in Florence Pharmacies info
Antigenic swab in Rome Pharmacies info
Molecular swabs can be done without a prescription but you need to make an appointment in advance.
In Italian: Tampone Molecolare (PCR)
The time limits for the test result depend on each laboratory, so you must contact them first so you can then decide on your appointment date. Prices (70 to €100) are indicated on the pages of analytical laboratories.
PCR Molecular swabs in Venice:Policlinico San Marco (Mestre)
Istituto Sherman (Venice)
Ospedale San Camillo (Lido)
Bielo+Hub (Venice) +39 041 5237870
Venice Marco Polo Airport
PCR Molecular swabs in FlorenceCupsolidale
PCR Molecular swabs in RomeCupsolidale
Transports in VeniceIf you don't want to use the public transports from the airport (Bus or Alilaguna boat lines) we advise you to book a water taxi, private or to be shared with security distances Water Taxis
Paid Access Tax in VenicePaid Access Tax in Venice for Tourists info
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