Italy announced on Saturday the upcoming end of the mandatory quarantine for visitors from the United Kingdom if they are vaccinated and negative for Covid-19.
Health Minister Roberto Speranza said on his Twitter account that he had signed a decree removing “the five-day mini-quarantine for people coming from the UK in case they show a full vaccination and test negative” .
The measure is due to come into force on August 31. Speranza has also extended “restrictive measures for arrivals from other countries” outside the EU.
As a reminder, Rome had reimposed a quarantine on June 21 on British travelers due to the spread of the delta variant in the United Kingdom.