Coronavirus Covid 19 in Venice, Florence and Rome in Italy


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Covid Coronavirus: Venice, Florence, Rome

Tuesday 21 September: 8 new positive cases for 100,000 inhabitants in Venice, 7 in Florence and 6 in Rome.
76.2% of the Italian population over 12 years of age is fully vaccinated (2 doses).

White Zone, Curfew, Travel

Venice (Veneto) and Rome (Lazio) and Florence (Tuscany) are white zone and there is no curfew. All travel is allowed between regions without limitation.

Shops, Bars Restaurants, Churches, Museums, Entertainment

All shops, bars and restaurants are open as well as museums, churches and entertainment venues (concerts, opera...) In Venice, the Gondolas are in service.

Green Pass - COVID Pass in Italy

In Italy, the COVID pass is granted in Italy from a single dose of vaccine, a PCR or antigenic test (nasal, oropharynx or nasopharyngeal) of less than 48 hours or from having had the COVID (certificate to be presented). COVID Pass requirement begins at the age of 12.

Compulsory COVID Pass from 6 August 2021 for:
The Sanitary COVID Pass is mandatory inside restaurants, cafes and bars if you are sitting (not mandatory at the counter or sitting on the terrace, nor to go to the toilet inside), at the cinema, theatre, concert, opera, museum, theme park, social and cultural centres, beauty centre, gym, casino, bingo, stadium, congresses and fairs.

The COVID Green Pass is not mandatory for hotels, but without a pass, you will not be able to use the hotel's swimming pool, wellness centre, or gym without a pass. Guests can eat in the hotel's restaurant without a COVID pass if the restaurant is only accessible to hotel guests.

Compulsory COVID Green Pass from 1 September 2021 for:
Long-term travel by train (TGV type), plane and boat. The COVID pass is not required for local travel.

Wearing Mandatory Mask in Italy

Wearing the mask is mandatory in shops, public places, transport and restaurants and bars if you do not consume. The mask is no longer mandatory outdoors.

COVID Green Pass or Antigenic Test to Enter Italy

All travellers from the European Union and the Schengen area (including Switzerland) and Israel no longer have to quarantine if they present their European or International COVID Green Pass or a negative Antigenic test (nasal, oropharynx or nasopharyngeal) of less than 48 hours. If you have a COVID Green Pass, tests are not mandatory.

The rules explained by the official bodies of the different countries of departure:
UK, Canada, Japan and U.S. Travelers  Official Information » 
From Netherland: Reisadvies Italië  Infos » 
From Germany: Reise und Sicherheitshinweise  Infos » 
From Austria  Infos » 
From Switzerland  Infos » 
From Canada  Infos » 
From United Kingdom  Infos » 
From USA  Infos » 
From France  Infos » 
From Belgique  Infos » 


COVID Tested Flights to Italy

For 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 PCR test in Venice Florence or Rome?

Antigenic tests 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 Test in Venice Pharmacies  Infos » 
Antigenic Test in Florence Pharmacies  Infos » 
Antigenic Test in Rome Pharmacies  Infos » 

PCR tests 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.

Venice:

Policlinico San Marco (Mestre)
Istituto Sherman (Venice)
Lifebrain (Mestre)
Synlab (Mestre)
Ospedale San Camillo (Lido)
Bielo+Hub (Venice) +39 041 5237870
Venice Marco Polo Airport

Florence

Cupsolidale

Rome

Cupsolidale

Transports in Venice

If 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 » 

Venice Biennale of Architecture The Biennale of Architecture of Venice will take place from the 22 May to 21 November 2021.

Venice Biennale of Art The Venice Biennale of Art 2021 is postponed to 2022.


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