ALBANIA - Covid-19 Update on 15/05/2021:

IMPORTANT NOTICE: NEW RULES FOR TRAVEL TO AND FROM ITALY FROM MAY 16 TO JULY 30

By order of the Minister of Health of May 14, 2021, some of the rules governing entry into Italy and travel abroad have been modified. The changes will be effective from 16/05/2021 to 30/07/2021 .

In short, the Ordinance provides for entry from the countries of the European Union and the Schengen area, as well as from Great Britain and Israel, with a negative buffer, without quarantine obligation . Therefore, it remains the obligation for those entering Italy from these countries to exhibit a molecular or antigenic swab with negative result upon arrival, carried out in the 48 hours prior to arrival in Italy. With the same ordinance, the restrictive measures against Brazil until 30 July 2021 were extended.

ALBANIA - Covid-19 Update on 30/07/2021:

IMPORTANT NOTICE: NEW RULES FOR TRAVELING TO AND FROM ITALY UNTIL 31 AUGUST
ENTRANCES ITALY - ALBANIA

Italy - Albania

You can travel with a Passenger Locator Form without the obligation of a buffer and fiduciary isolation.

ENTRIES INTO ITALY FROM ALBANIA

You can travel with a Passenger Locator Form. Upon returning to Italy, a negative Molecular or Antigenic Swab made in the 72 hours prior to boarding is required, and fiduciary isolation for a period of 5 days with an additional swab at the end of isolation is also mandatory.

Among the categories not subject to the obligation of fiduciary isolation we point out:

- anyone who enters Italy for a period not exceeding one hundred and twenty (120) hours for proven work, health or absolute urgency needs, with the obligation, at the expiry of said term, to leave the national territory immediately or, failing that, to start the period of surveillance and fiduciary isolation in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 5 of art. 51 Prime Ministerial Decree of 2 March 2021;

- personnel of companies and entities with registered or secondary offices in Italy for travel abroad for proven work needs lasting no more than 120 hours;

Self-declaration is mandatory for all incoming and outgoing passengers.
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For all the details, please consult the website of:

Embassy of Italy in Tirana