No more proof of corona when traveling to Italy

The Italian Ministry of Health in Rome announced that an order that had previously applied will expire on (today) Tuesday. The measure will not be extended. The 3G rule for entry, i.e. the submission of a negative test result for the corona virus or a proof of recovery or corona vaccination, ends punctually at the beginning of the holiday season.

The government under Prime Minister Mario Draghi gradually relaxed the restrictions after the end of the Corona emergency at the end of March. 3G proof is no longer required in gastronomy, at events or for tourist attractions.

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