Or – healing from Covid19 and conclusion of the isolation period, with the date of the first positive PCR test between 11 and
To entry into the Czech Republic. These certificates must also be in the format of the EU Green Pass or in the format shown at the following link. In any case, the certificates must be in English. Minors, up to 5 years of age, do not have to fill in the online form or take any tests. T
he Czech authorities provide for the possibility of swabbing within 5 days of arrival, but it is not recommended to follow this procedure, because very often airlines still require a swab to allow boarding (therefore always consult the airline to verify the necessary formalities before boarding). Also, swabbing in the Czech Republic could be much more expensive than in Italy.
On the website of the Czech Ministry of Health it is possible to identify an analysis laboratory where to carry out an antigen and PCR test. The Czech Ministry of Health has made available a dedicated telephone line, also in English, active on weekdays from 08.00 to
19.00 and, during the weekend, from 09.00 to 16.30, reachable at 1221 (calling from the Czech Republic), or at +420 226 20 1221 (calling from abroad). TRANSIT THROUGH GERMANY, AUSTRIA AND SWITZERLAND – For information on transit through Germany, Austria and Switzerland consult respectively
In any case, it is advisable not to stop during the transit through Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Romania – Starting from 16 May 2021, the provisions for entry into Romania vary according to the country of origin, divided into three different areas – green, yellow and red – depending on the incidence of infections.
Italy is included in the “green zone” list and entry into Romania is not subject to restrictions. Therefore, the presentation of the swab or other certification is not required, nor the 14-day fiduciary isolation, the latter mandatory for travelers coming from the yellow or red areas.
However, several categories of travelers from a “yellow” country, including those who have completed the vaccination course against SARS-Cov-2 for at least 10 days, are exempted from the isolation measure, as long as they do not show symptoms of Covid. -19.
For more information about the exemptions from the obligation of isolation and the provisions in force for the different areas, please refer to the website of the Embassy of Italy in Bucharest and to the health section of the card on Safe Travel. Given the high contagiousness of the Delta variant, there is an aggravation of the health emergency from Covid-19. The incidence rate of infections is growing in all the main districts.
Hospitals are under great pressure and the availability of ICU places is exhausted. Given the intense economic and human interaction between the two countries, it is advisable to maintain a high level of precaution by adopting all appropriate protective measures in all circumstances, including vaccination.
San Marino – The Authorities of the Republic of San Marino issued, on 5 October 2021, the Law Decree no. 173 containing the extension of the provisions for easing the management measures of the Covid-19 epidemic and further measures, which remain in force throughout the San Marino territory until 05.00 on 12 November 2021.