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Europe, Italy, Rome

Italy drops ALL Covid entry restrictions

Italy has now dropped all Covid restrictions for entering the country for all travellers.

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As of 1 June, all restrictions for entering Italy - including for both vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers - have been dropped.

What are the new rules?

Italy no longer requires any proof of vaccination, a negative test result, or a COVID-19 recovery certificate to enter the country.

The only remaining restriction is that all travellers must wear an FFP2 mask in order to enter the country.

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