Covid: Italy abolishes quarantine for vaccinated and negative Britons

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.


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