Italy is one of the most popular summer resorts in Hungary. Hungarians can enter the country – regardless of a security certificate – by submitting a negative result for a rapid PCR or AG-antigen test taken 48 hours before the flight. Without this, arrivals will be subject to 10 days of epidemiological surveillance and quarantine in Italy.
Only children under two years of age are exempt from the obligation to submit a PCR or antigen test.
From May 24, in the case of individual travel, the incoming traveler, and in the case of group travel, a group or family member, must complete the online form at the following link before entering the https://app.eulf.eu/#/ website. In addition, entry into the country is conditional on the participant’s registration with the health insurance company of the place of residence or residence in Italy.
The current decree on special entry rules established by the Italian Minister of Health will be valid until July 30, 2021
– Writes the consular service.
In Italy, the current restrictions will also be relaxed in the coming weeks: from June 7, the curfew will only take effect from midnight, and it will be lifted completely from June 21.
From June, the service can be restarted not only on the terraces but also indoors, but in the first step only until six in the evening.
The stadiums will also be reopened to spectators, as they can occupy up to twenty-five percent of the seats and hold up to a thousand people. From mid-June, weddings will be allowed, christenings and other family group events will take place. However, participation in the events is conditional on the participants’ acknowledgment of at least one vaccination.
In Italy, more than 38 percent of the population is currently vaccinated. In the past day, 2,483 new cases and 93 deaths from coronavirus were recorded in the country.
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