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Ordonnance of the Italian Minister of Health dated August 28th, 2021 - New guidelines for passengers travelling from Bangladesh

Date:

09/02/2021


Ordonnance of the Italian Minister of Health dated August 28th, 2021 - New guidelines for passengers travelling from Bangladesh

The Embassy of Italy informs that with the latest ordonnance of the Italian Minister of Health dated August 28th, 2021, travellers who have stayed or transited in Bangladesh, India or Sri Lanka in the last 14 (fourteen) days are allowed to enter Italy at following conditions (please also check www.esteri.it

1. for study reasons, with a valid study visa, regardless of their nationality;

2. persons, regardless of their nationality, who acquired their residence in Italy before the date of the present ordonnance. It is mandatory that they can show a valid residence permit (“permesso di soggiorno”), a valid re-entry visa or a recent receipt issued by the Italian post-office, with the exit chop/seal of Italian airport immigration authorities, proving that their residence permit is in process of renewal;

3. persons, regardless of their nationality, who want to reach the domicile, home or residence of their minor children and spouses, with a valid appropriate visa;

4. persons travelling for humanitarian reasons, with a proper valid visa (subject to authorisation by the Ministry of Health);

5. persons travelling for health/medical reasons, with a proper valid visa (subject to authorisation by the Ministry of Health);

6. Officials of the European Union and International Organizations, Diplomats, Administrative and Technical Personnel of Diplomatic Missions and Consular Employees, Military Personnel, inclusive those returning from international missions, Police Forces and Fire Brigades exercicing their functions (subject to authorisation by the Ministry of Health).

Any of the above mentioned categories must undergo following procedures:
• compulsory presentation of a certificate of negative molecular or antigen test performed in the 72 hours prior to entry;
• compulsory completion of the digital Passenger Locator Form at https://app.euplf.eu/ before entering Italy;
• compulsory molecular or antigen test upon arrival at the airport;
• compulsory isolation for a period of ten days, regardless of the test result, at the residence/domicile/hotel indicated in the Passenger Location Form
• compulsory molecular or antigen test at the end of the quarantine period .


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