ATTENTION! NEW RESTRICTIONS for TRAVELING to
If you are going to travel within the national territory, please consult the information provided by the Autonomous Communities regarding their requirements to the traveler through the following
* Based on Article 5.2. of the Agreement on the Accession of the Kingdom of Denmark to the Convention implementing the Schengen Agreement of 14 June 1985 on the gradual abolition of checks at common borders, signed in Schengen on 19 June 1990, passengers coming from Greenland and the Faroe Islands will not be subject to border checks.
At present, there are no countries that are required to take additional measures to those already mentioned. In the event that the epidemiological situation in a country/territory or zone worsens to an alarming degree, exceptional health control measures may be applied to passengers arriving from such countries/zones.
Travel to Italy is now possible and the requirements are as follows
Europe revises this Tuesday the travel restrictions to adapt them to the health situation of the traveler and not to that of the region from which he travels. Thus, a citizen with the full guideline or a recovery certificate will be able to travel within the EU without additional restrictions. The aim is to simplify the rules of mobility on the continent, however, a dozen countries already fail to comply with these recommendations and ask for additional tests to cross their borders.
Specifically, the vaccination document will be valid for nine months unless the person receives a booster dose, in which case it will be extended indefinitely. The validity of the recovery certificate, on the other hand, will be 180 days. As for diagnostic tests, the PCR will be accepted with a maximum period of 72 hours prior to travel, while that of the antigen test will be reduced from 48 to 24 hours.
The EU Ministers of General Affairs have given their approval to the changes that will come into force as of February 1, although they are recommendations and not binding rules, since border control is the responsibility of each individual state. In fact, at least ten countries require a negative test for those vaccinated, including France, Italy, Portugal, Germany and the Netherlands.
BREAKING NEWS: NEW RESTRICTIONS for TRAVEL TO
Like Portugal, Greece and Ireland, it now requires a negative PCR from all travelers, regardless of their vaccination status. And France, which already required the test for all non-EU travelers, has decided to close the passage to tourists from the UK and from this Saturday will only accept travel for imperative reasons, including being French and wanting to return home.
The EU claims to be the largest exporter of vaccines in the world and leader of the Covax mechanismMore than 30% of Europeans remain unvaccinated, recalled the President of the European Commission, who regretted that there are 9 countries with rates below 60% At the bottom of all are Bulgaria and Romania, where only 26.2% and 39% of their respective populations are immunized. “Vaccination and booster doses are the best possible protection” against omicron, Von der Leyen insisted. All in all, the EU recognizes that the pandemic will only end when it is overcome globally and reaffirmed its commitment to global vaccination.
REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVEL TO ITALY: Updated
BulgariaBulgaria has lifted all pandemic travel restrictions and, therefore, it is no longer necessary to present vaccination or recovery certificates or negative test results for the disease. This applies equally to travelers from the European Union and the rest of the world.
SloveniaSlovenia has lifted all travel restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic and no longer requires quarantine or certificates of vaccination, recovery or negative test results for the virus when entering the country.
HungaryOn March 7, Hungary lifted all pandemic travel restrictions for travelers and therefore no longer requires vaccination or recovery certificates or negative test results for the disease. This applies equally to travelers from the European Union and the rest of the world.
PolandPoland has lifted all pandemic travel restrictions and, therefore, it is no longer necessary to present certificates of vaccination or recovery or negative test results for the disease. This applies equally to travelers from the European Union and the rest of the world.