The Minister of Foreign Affairs announced that Italy hopes to encourage tourism and allow people to cross the country without mandatory quarantine as early as this month.
Minister Luigi Di Maio (Luigi Di Maio) announced on Facebook that travellers who have been fully vaccinated against coronavirus disease should be provided with more convenient travel routes in Italy.
He said that he is working with the Minister of Health to provide a “micro-quarantine” service for EU citizens and travelers from the United Kingdom and Israel who have tested negative for the virus, have been vaccinated or have been vaccinated from Kovida 19. Recovery.
At present, visitors from other EU countries to Italy must undergo a test before traveling, be quarantined in the country for 5 days, and then be tested.
Di Maio announced that it will also relax regulations for travelers from the United States in June.
He said: “Tourism is very important to the revival of Italy.”
He announced that the exact rules and dates of the new regulations have not yet been determined, but the government can deal with them on May 15.
The number of recent coronavirus cases in Italy has been declining, and the vaccination campaign continues.
By Saturday, more than 27% of the population had received at least one dose of vaccine.
According to a decree signed by the Minister of Health Roberto Speranza, as of Monday, no area in Italy has been classified as a red zone, which is the highest risk level in the red-orange-yellow-white risk system.