The government has confirmed the possibility of traveling abroad: where to go and what rules must be respected when returning to Italy.
The decreeApril 1 So extended fromMarch 2, 2021, As it was emphasized that the possibility of traveling abroad is also for tourism. Paradoxically, given that in many regions of Italy it is not possible to move even from one municipality to another and that throughout Italy it is only possible to move from one’s region of residence for good reasons. It is not even possible to travel for tourism within national borders, a factor that sparked new controversy against the government before the Easter holidays.
The possibility of movement within the countries belonging to Zona ShenzhenHowever, it is certainly not new for 2021. European mobility was restored as early as June 2020, whenEuropean Union It decided to organize business and leisure trips to various countries after the intense lockdown period. Since then, little or nothing has changed at the European level (just the criteria for placing countries in a higher risk range). As for theItalyCountries that can be visited are listed in Annex 20 (listed in the Official Gazette with recent amendments on March 2, 2021) and travel is regulated by the decree of March 2, 2021.
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Coronavirus Holidays: Where to go and what rules you must respect
It suffices to read this attachment to understand that traveling abroad for the sake of pleasure is not as simple as one might think or suggest someone else. CountriesThe Schengen area In 5 risk categories, depending on what is more or less restrictions or even prohibitions. The lists are constantly updated based on the development of the epidemiological situation of each country by a decree issued by the Minister of Health in accordance with the Decree of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
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As mentioned, the countries that can be visited are divided into lists ranging from A and B (no restrictions) to E (travel bans). They belong to the list A. Vatican City e San MarinoList B includes foreign countries with low epidemic risk in which one can travel without restrictions, but at present no European country meets these criteria. List C includes the Shenghen District countries where you can travel with a buffer zone on round trips. The test should be taken 48 hours before departure. Upon returning to Italy, even if the test result is negative, a 5-day quarantine must be observed, and at the end a molecular smear should be performed. Only those who pass through Tyrol (and thus those who go to Austria as well) will have to face a 14-day quarantine.
Countries included in the list c
Denmark (including the Faroe Islands and Greenland)
France (including Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guyana, Reunion, and Mayotte, excluding other territories outside the European continent)
Israel (April 7-30, changes from list E to C)
Netherlands (except for regions outside of Europe)
Portugal (including the Azores and Madeira)
United Kingdom (changes from E-list to C-list 7-30 April)
Spain (including the territories of the African continent)
D and E lists.
List D includes those non-European countries not included in the Shenghen region that present a low epidemic risk. Also in this case, the swabs must be performed on the round trip, but a self-declaration must also be submitted and the 14-day credit isolation must be respected. The countries on List E, finally, are those which are only permitted to go to for reasons of work, health, or of prime importance.
The Republic of Korea