Italy since June 3 allowed some regional and international travel and abolished the 14-day period of mandatory quarantine. About it reports The Local.
In particular, Italy allow arrival without quarantine requirements from the following countries: 26 member States of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, great Britain, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and Vatican city.
Tourists arriving from these countries will not be faced with any restrictions when you enter Italy, although depending on the rules of their country, they may be obliged to go into quarantine upon returning home, the newspaper notes.
Tourists can encounter limitations, if you come from one of the above countries, but less than 14 days visited some of the countries from the list.
Non-essential travel from outside of Europe are still banned because of the EU external border closed until at least June 15, the newspaper notes.
The Local reminded that the closure of the borders of Italy, it was announced on 9 March. On June 3, the country confirmed 233 thousand cases COVID-19, 33,5 thousand people died according to Johns Hopkins University. Everything in the world has infected 6.4 million people 380,9 thousand died.