No more quarantine restrictions for people travelling to Italy starting today, Sunday

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For Italy vacationers from Austria and other European countries, the previously required Corona quarantine after arrival will no longer apply from today, Sunday. For entries from the countries of the European Union, the Schengen area, as well as Great Britain and Israel, only a negative test is now required. Previously, people had to spend five days in quarantine and take a second test at the end.

Italy hopes that with the abolition of the short quarantine more tourists will arrive. The bathing season started this weekend on the beaches of the Adriatic Sea. Outdoor pools and beach bathing establishments throughout Italy are allowed to reopen. However, because of the changeable weather, the crowds on the beaches were not yet so strong.

Also the cruise traffic in the Adriatic begins again. On Sunday, the cruise ship Costa Luminosa departed from Trieste. It is the first ship to offer cruises in the Adriatic and Greece. All crew members and guests had to undergo a Corona test before being allowed on the ship, and mask-wearing is also mandatory on board.

The Italian government had banned all cruises on Dec. 20 because of the Corona infection numbers. The cruise industry has been hit hard by the pandemic.

source: kleinezeitung.at/picture: pixabay.com

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