IThe Italian Ministry of the Interior has announced plans to send another 70,000 police officers to monitor Italy’s borders, airports, railway stations and major roads as strict new anti-Covid regulations come into force during the holidays. Andrea Vogt.
Anyone entering Italy between 10 December and 15 January from another EU country, as well as from Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, the Principality of Monaco and the United Kingdom, will be required to prove that they have tested negative for the virus for 48 hours. roads.
During the limited holiday period from 21 December to 6 January, only those who come to the country for work, health, study, urgent matters or return to their homes will be allowed to pass the negative test. All others, Italian or not, who come to Italy during this period for other reasons, will have to quarantine for 14 days.