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Italy is open for travel from the EU and some third countries, while domestic restrictions are gradually being lifted.
Italy is under a state of emergency until the end of 2021.
All arrivals are required to present a negative PCR or antigen test, no older than 48-72 hours, and be tested again at the end of their quarantine.
Arrivals from Northern Ireland and the UK are required to present a negative PCR taken 48 hours before arrival.
Vaccinated and recovered arrivals from the EU and Schengen may present a certificate instead.
Public transportation in Italy is operating.
Restaurants in Italy are open, with health measures in place. A green certificate is required to dine indoors.
Wearing face masks is required in enclosed public places and on public transportation.