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Italy Scraps Quarantine Requirement For Fully Vaccinated Brits

Italy’s health ministry has confirmed over the weekend that the 5-day mandatory quarantine requirement for UK arrivals will not be extended into September.

Originally introduced on 21st June to combat the spread of the Delta variant and has been extended on several occasions will no longer be required.

Arrivals must still be able to provide proof of being fully vaccinated against Covid-19 at least 14-days prior to arrival and provide a negative Covid test up to 48 hours prior to departure.

PCR and Antigen tests are both of acceptable standard. Italy is currently on the UK’s amber list.

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