The Italian government has banned the entry of tourists from India and all countries for essential purposes. According to recent reports, Italy, Bangladesh, Brazil, and Sri Lanka have been added to List E.
In this regard, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation issued a statement stating that since October 26, the Ministry of Health has lifted a special ban imposed on imports previously originating from India, Bangladesh, Brazil, and Sri Lanka. , which is currently registered with E, and which will be subject to the applicable laws of that country.
Therefore, according to the new guidelines, travelers from these four countries entering Italy do not need to be granted permission by the Italian Ministry of Health.
According to reports, business trips, studies, and medical events will be entered into the required forms. People traveling for other important and urgent purposes will be able to enter Italy after following the necessary instructions.
According to the new system, travelers returning to Italy after moving or staying in one of the four countries in the last 14 days are required to submit a negative COVID-19 test report, done 72 hours before entry.
In addition, people from India and these three countries are required to complete digital travel documentation and notify health workers upon arrival, after which they will be required to undergo a 10-day quarantine and other COVID tests.
Passengers, passers-by, transport workers, students, among others, are reported on the exclusion list.