Italy announced this Friday that travelers from the United Kingdom will again have to comply with a brief isolation, while those from other countries will be able to enter freely if they hold an anti-Govt health pass.
Mandatory five-day isolation for travelers from the UK will take effect on Monday, June 21, the Ministry of Health said.
“I signed today a new order allowing entry [em Itália] Passengers from the European Union and the United States, Canada and Japan are given green certificates, ”Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza said on social media.
The Minister said that the Green Certificate is a health certificate that confirms the negative result of a vaccine, treatment or anti-Govt test.
Sperenza said the delta variant, which is more contagious, passengers from the United Kingdom must comply with the five-day isolation and undergo anti-Govt test.
The Minister extended the ban on entry into the Italian border for travelers from India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
A further 20% of tourists are expected to try to restart the tourism sector this summer, which accounts for almost 14% of the gross domestic product (GDP) and has been hit hard by the Govt-19 epidemic.
According to various government officials, the country is investigating the obligation to wear a mask on the street in the first half of July.
Italy has so far delivered more than 44 million anti-dose coffees. Nearly 15 million people, or more than 27% of the population over the age of 12, are vaccinated, according to the Ministry of Health’s website.