With the Ordinance of the Minister of Health, re-issued on April 28, 2022, as of 1 May 2022 (up to 31 May 2022), the measures laid down in the in the ordinances issued by the Ministry of Health on 28 September 2021, 22 October 2021, 14 December 2021 and 27 January 2022 no longer apply.
In particular, the Country lists are eliminated and the rules regulating entry into the national territory are now standardized. Entry into Italy shall be authorized upon the submission of:
– the Covid-19 Vaccine Passport (vaccination certificate, recovery certificate or negative molecular or antigen test) or any other equivalent vaccination certificate recognized by the European Medical Authority (EMA).
Starting from May 1, 2022, submission of the digital Passenger Locator Form (dPLF) is no longer required.
Only in case of failure to submit one of the above certifications, the traveller will be submitted to a 5-day quarantine and obliged to take a molecular or antigen test at the end of this period.
Travel from/to the Republic of San Marino and the State of the Vatican City is not subjected to any restrictions.