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Travelling to Italy from 1st May 2022

The latest Decree of the Minister of Health (dated 28th April 2022), extends to the 31st of May, 2022 the validity of the measures put in place with the previous Decree of 22nd February 2022 regarding travelling to and from Italy, with the exception of the requirement to present a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) upon arrival in Italy (which no longer applies).

From 1st May 2022, it will therefore be sufficient, for entry into Italy, to present a Covid-19 Green Pass (which consists of either a vaccination certificate, a certificate of recovery from Covid-19, or a negative molecular or antigenic test) or other vaccination certification recognized as equivalent (like the MySejahtera’s Digital Certificate for Covid-19 vaccination).

Travellers who have received the first two doses of the Sinovac vaccine (which is not recognized by EMA, the European Medicines Agency) can enter Italy by presenting:

– their vaccination certificate, if they have received a Pfizer or Moderna booster;

– either a certificate of recovery from Covid-19 or a negative molecular or antigen test, if they received a Sinovac booster.

Those who are unable to submit one of the abovementioned certifications can still enter Italy, but will have to undergo a 5-days quarantine, and are required to do a molecular or antigenic test at the end of such period.

If in doubt, you may want to take the questionnaire (available in Italian as well as in English) to check on your requirements to enter Italy from abroad on