Italy Lifts All Travel-Related COVID Measures

As of June 1, Italy has lifted all COVID-19-related measures and requirements. As a result, travelers can enter Italy without restrictions.

In a notice posted to the Ministry of Health website, the green pass is no longer required to enter Italy from the EU Member States and other countries.

From June 1, all travelers, regardless of where they are traveling from, are not required to present a vaccination, recovery, or test certificate upon arrival.

Still, the mask requirement is in place for public transportation, including air travel, until June 15.

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