Italy is tightening its restrictions for all travellers in response to the rising threat of the omicron variant.
As of tomorrow, 16 December, arrivals from other European Union countries will have to take a COVID test before arriving into the country.
Previously, proof of vaccination, recent recovery or a negative test was sufficient for visitors from the Schengen zone. But now, like arrivals from the UK and other non-EU countries, they must begin the testing process before embarking.
The Italian Council of Ministers also agreed yesterday, 14 December, that all non-vaccinated travellers “will incur the obligation of quarantine” for five days. They can then test for release.
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