Italy Coronavirus Travel Restrictions and Advice
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Italy is one of the countries in the world that has been hit worst by the global coronavirus pandemic, and this can be traced to reasons like lots of old people, close proximity, dense population, being a business pivot, and lots more. Visitors are advised to take good note of the various guidelines stated by the Italian Government in respect to curb the spread of COVID – 19. Currently, these measures are largely in place:
- It is very important to observe social distancing as convenient as possible, which is staying at least 1 meter away from the next person.
- The use of masks remains compulsory in any enclosed public spaces including all public spaces in Lombardy and Piedmont.
- Parks have reopened and other outdoor exercises are permitted but they are subject to social distancing – staying 1 meter away from the next person.
- Churches in Italy can now celebrate mass, weddings and baptisms. The rule also applies to funerals as they can now recommence but with limited attendance.
- Restaurants, pubs, bars, shops and hairdressers, and salons are now permitted to be opened. There must be measures enforced to keep social distancing and hygiene.
- Libraries, as well as beaches are also permitted to open. There must be measures enforced to keep social distancing and hygiene.
- Museums and archaeological sites are also permitted to open, but booking must be online to avoid queuing long lines and crowds at their entrances.
- Note that travelling between Italian regions is permitted but all transportation has been ensured to follow certain COVID – 19 travel rules.
- Schools have been ordered to remain closed until further notice by the Italian Government.
- Regional authorities in Italy are empowered to adjust these measures in keeping with local requirements.
For more enquiries: Visit https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/italy/coronavirus