Italy

Italy travel safety and lockdown information

Travel and Flight Restriction 24 Dec 2021
Travel Information 23 May 2022
Travel Requirements 23 May 2022
Certification/Vaccination 23 May 2022
COVID-19 Data 23 May 2022
Total Cases 17,257,573
New Cases 10,021
New Cases (per 1 million citizens) 166
Transmission Rate n/a
COVID-19 Risk
COVID-19 Hazard & Exposure 2.8
Socio-Economic Vulnerability 0.6
Health Conditions 0.2
Access to Health Care 1.1
Infrastructure 1.1
Lack of Coping Capacity (Hazard-Independent) 3
Lack of Coping Capacity 2
COVID-19 Lack of Coping Capacity 0.8
COVID-19 Risk 3.2
COVID-19 Risk Class Low
Rank 152
Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination 137,564,837
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination 28,421
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens) 227.88
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens) 471
Vaccination by Manufacturer
Date Vaccine Total Vaccinated
23 May 2022 Pfizer/BioNTech 89,833,194
23 May 2022 Moderna 34,016,931
23 May 2022 Novavax 41,185
Vulnerability
Air Transport, Passengers Carried 8.6
Point of Entry 8
Access to Cities 6.7
Mobile Cellular Subscriptions (per 100 people) 3.2
Internet Users 3.9
COVID-19 Vulnerability 8.1
Hazard and Exposure
Drinking Water 0.1
COVID-19 Hazard & Exposure 2.8
Population Living in Slums n/a
Lack of Coping Capacity
Corruption Perception Index 4.7
Hospital Bed 5.8
Health System Capacity 2.9
Immunization Coverage 1.47
Health Capacity Specific to COVID-19 0.8
COVID-19 Lack of Coping Capacity 0.8
Indicator Data
Human Development Index 0.88
Incidence of Tuberculosis (per 10,000 people) 6.9
Malaria Incidence (per 1,000 people) No data
Estimated Number of People Living With HIV (%) 0.3
Air Transport, Passengers Carried 27,630,435.6
Mobile Cellular Subscriptions (per 100 people) 137.47
Total Population 60,550,092
Land area (sq. km) 294,140
Disasters
Year Type Total Affected Total Deaths
2017 Drought / Drought
2017 Earthquake / Ground movement 2,653 31
2017 Flood / Riverine flood 1,000
2017 Storm / Convective storm 1,000 13
2018 Extreme temperature / Cold wave 1
2018 Extreme temperature / Heat wave
2018 Flood / Flash flood 23 10
2018 Storm / Extra-tropical storm 2,200 12
2018 Volcanic activity 328
2019 Extreme temperature / Heat wave 3
2019 Flood 1,200
2019 Storm / Convective storm 200 2
2019 Storm / Extra-tropical storm 12
2020 Flood 653 2
2020 Flood / Flash flood 250 3
2020 Landslide / Landslide 182 3
2020 Storm / Convective storm 1,014 10
2020 Storm / Extra-tropical storm 1
2021 Flood 1
2021 Wildfire 11,600

Italy Omicron travel restrictions and regulations

 Entry Permission to Italy: Passengers are not permitted to enter Italy if they have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, or Zimbabwe in the past 14 days.
 Entry Permission: Passengers who have been in India, Bangladesh or Sri Lanka in the past 14 days are not permitted to enter Italy.

This does not apply to:

Nationals of Italy enrolled in the Register of Italians Residing Abroad (AIRE);
Passengers entering for study purposes;
Passengers intending to travel to their place of residence which was established prior to 28 August 2021;
Passengers intending to travel to the home of their minor children, spouse or Civil Union partner;
Passengers authorised by the Italian Ministry of Health;
Crew members; or
Seafarers.
 Entry Permission: Passengers who have been in Brazil in the past 14 days (including transit), are not permitted to enter Italy.

This does not apply to:

Passengers with official residence status in Italy before or since 13th February 2021;
Passengers travelling to join their registered partner, or children aged 18 years and younger;
Passengers entering for study purposes;
Officials and agents of the European Union or other diplomats or representatives of international organisations including the military and police; or
Passengers who hold an authorisation issued by the Ministry of Health 7 days prior to travelling.
 Entry Permission: Passengers are not permitted to travel to Italy.

This does not apply to: 

Nationals and residents of the European Union, Schengen Area member states, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino or the Vatican, including family members;
Passengers who hold a valid long-stay visa for the Schengen Area;
Passengers travelling for work, study, health, emergency or humanitarian reasons;
Staff of international organisations;
Passengers travelling to meet their EU or Schengen Area citizen partner legally resident in Italy; or
Participants of sports competitions (athletes, technicians, judges and race officials), provided holding a negative molecular or antigenic test obtained within 72 hours prior to arrival.
 Test: 

Unvaccinated passengers: Passengers must hold a paper or digital copy of a negative Covid-19 molecular or antigenic test result not older than 48 hours prior to arrival.

Vaccinated passengers: Test is not required for passengers who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 with an European Medicines Agency (EMA) approved vaccine at least 14 days prior to arrival. They must hold a Covid Certificate (e.g. an EU digital Covid Certificate, Green Pass, or Covid-19 Green Certificate).

Other exempt passengers: 

Passengers who hold a document showing they have previously recovered from Covid-19;
Crew members;
Passengers travelling to the Vatican City or San Marino;
Cross-border workers or students; or
Passengers entering Italy for a period not exceeding 120 hours (five days) for proven necessity due to work, health or absolute emergency.
 Test: Passengers who have been in Albania, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Jordan, Korea (South), Kosovo, Lebanon, Macao, Moldova, Montenegro, New Zealand, North Macedonia, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Taiwan, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates, or the United States in the past 14 days must hold a negative PCR or antigen test obtained within 72 hours prior to arrival.
 Test: Passengers who have been in the United Kingdom, including Gibraltar and British bases on the island of Cyprus in the past 14 days must hold a negative PCR or antigen test obtained within 48 hours prior to arrival.
 Authorisation: Passengers must complete a Self Declaration Form confirming they are travelling for one of the following essential reasons: 

Business or work requirements;
Personal requirements;
Health reasons; or
Returning to their residence.
 Form: Passengers must hold a digital copy of a Digital Passenger Locator Form (dPLF) completed prior to travel. The online platform is accessible via Chrome and mobile phone devices. Passengers who are minors may be included on the form of their accompanying adult. Unaccompanied minors must have the form completed by their parent or legal guardian prior to travel.

This does not apply to passengers in transit who will not leave the transit area of the airport.
 Mask: Passengers must wear a surgical face mask during their entire trip.

This does not apply to: 

Children aged younger than 6 years;
Passengers with medical exemptions, provided holding a medical certificate; or
Passengers with disabilities, provided holding a medical letter.
 Test and Quarantine on Arrival: Passengers who have travelled from or transited through India, Bangladesh or Sri Lanka in the past 14 days will be subject to Covid-19 testing on arrival and must quarantine for 10 days with further testing at the end of the quarantine period.
 Test and Quarantine on Arrival: Passengers who have been in Brazil in the past 14 days must quarantine for 10 days on arrival and undergo a PCR or antigen test within 48 hours after arriving in Italy, and at the end of the quarantine period.

This does not apply to the following passengers provided they are holding a negative PCR or antigen test result obtained within 48 hours prior to arrival: 

Passengers travelling to Italy for proven business, health, or emergency reasons, provided staying less than 120 hours;
The staff of businesses and entities with registered offices in Italy, with proof they were travelling outside Italy for work, and who were abroad for less than 120 hours;
Officials and agents of the EU or international organizations, diplomatic and law enforcement staff, provided travelling for work;
Passengers holding an authorisation issued by the Ministry of Health; or
Crew members.
 Quarantine on Arrival: Passengers aged 6 years or older travelling from or who have been in Albania, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei Darussalam, Gibraltar, Hong Kong, Jordan, Korea (South), Kosovo, Lebanon, Macao, Moldova, Montenegro, New Zealand, North Macedonia, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Taiwan, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates or the United Kingdom (including British bases on the island of Cyprus) in the past 14 days must quarantine for 5 days on arrival.

Passengers will also be subject to a molecular or antigen test at the end of the 5 day quarantine period.