COVID Certificate: what it is and why you need it for travel.
To learn more about vaccine & testing requirements, approved vaccines, proof of vaccination, full vaccination schedule conditions, and vaccination exemptions, visit U.S. Entry Requirements for Foreign Nationals.
The CDC has created a brief reference guide, “Flying to the United States from a Foreign Country,” to help travel agents and clients better understand U.S. entry requirements.
Travel agents often use Timatic and IATA Travel Centre as a reference to answer questions about travel restrictions, documentation, entry or health and quarantine requirements.
Airlines and travel agencies use IATA Timatic to verify passenger documentation requirements at their destination and transit locations. Timatic provides customized information based on the passenger’s destination, transit locations, nationality, documentation, country of residence, etc.
The IATA Timatic team is in constant communication with governments and airlines around the world to ensure that documentation and health-related restriction requirements and regulations are updated in real time. Learn more
EU PASSPORT: I will be able to travel if I am vaccinated, I have CRP
Italian authorities will from February ask EU travelers entering the country to present the health certificate, so that those immunized will not have to show a negative coronavirus test carried out in the hours before their flight.
Health Minister Roberto Speranza has signed an ordinance lifting this measure, which was imposed in December to try to contain the spread of the coronavirus and especially the omicron variant, his ministry said in a statement.
The Italian government imposed last December that all EU travelers had to present a negative test, regardless of whether they were vaccinated or not; and the unvaccinated also had to comply with a five-day quarantine.
Starting in February, Italy will again require only the health certificate, which proves that you are vaccinated, have passed the disease or have a negative test if you are not immunized. Coronavirus testing remains mandatory for arriving in Italy from most non-EU countries.
Where can I travel if I am already vaccinated? Updated list
Italian citizens in Colombia must strictly follow the indications of the Colombian authorities for the prevention of contagion. It is recommended to consult frequently, in addition to the website of the Embassy of Italy in Bogota, also the websites and social networks of the Ministry of Health of Colombia and of the different Authorities for information on the health situation, and the website of Migration Colombia.
Until September 30, 2022, it will be mandatory to use face masks type FFP2 in public transport (trains, ships, buses and other means of transport), in socio-health and socio-assistance structures, and in sanitary structures.
For the issuance of the European Green Certificate in favor of Italian citizens (also residing abroad) and their cohabiting relatives, as well as foreign citizens residing in Italy for work or study reasons and all subjects registered in any capacity with the National Health Service who have been vaccinated abroad, the vaccines recognized by the EMA are considered valid.
Travel to Europe from Argentina, travel to France and its
Are quarantine days mandatory? As of May 16, Italy lifted the requirement of a 5-day quarantine upon entering the country. The 14-day quarantine will only be required for people who do not present a molecular or antigen test.
On the other hand, we remind you that in all the so-called white zones, i.e. low risk of contagion, which coincide with the 20 regions of the country, it is allowed to remove the mask outdoors and as long as there are no crowds.
For more information on the necessary requirements when traveling in Europe, we recommend you to visit this link of the European Union, with all the necessary information to solve any doubt in this regard.