DPCM regulations extended until 6th of April
The government provided an update regarding travels restrictions and travel bans.
Who will be affected?
People who need to travel to/from Italy and non UE citizens living and working in Italy.
Due to the large outbreak of Covid–19 in Italy, new extraordinary laws were implemented and new restrictions/measures put in force.
People who are supposed to travel to/from Italy from/to C countries must expect restrictions.
DPCM 2 March 2021 remain in force until 6 April 2021.
Ordenance 30 March 2021 by the Ministry of Health effective from 31 March 2021 until 06 April 2021 states that people entering Italy who stayed/transited from countries in list C 14 days prior their arrival in Italy are subject to a swab to be done within 48 hours prior the entrance in Italy, must be on quarantine for 5 days and do a further swab with negative result after the quarantine.
The compulsory declaration by law accordingly to art 46 and 47 of law 445 of 28 December 2000 and the compulsory communication to the authorities at arrival, also informing authorities in case symptoms arise still remain valid.
Some exceptions are applicable.
Next Steps (or) Actions Required
People who need to travel to/outside Italy, must consider the new conditions and check with the airline further restrictions/travel bans. People with documents expiring, must consider new terms.
Should you have any questions, please contact the following:
Santa Fe Relocation Italy
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