Italy, Covid-19: mandatory quarantine for arrivals from Bulgaria, Romania

As of July 25, travellers from Bulgaria and Romania or who have stayed/transited there in the last 14 days, must go into 14-day quarantine, upon arriving in Italy.

The order was signed by Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza on July 24 in an effort to prevent importation of COVID-19 from outside Italy.

Romania and Bulgaria are therefore added to the list of countries from which travel is possible without having to justify a specific reason but with quarantine obligation (14-day quarantine period in self-isolation)

For an overview of the rules currently in place for traveling to Italy

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