Travelling to Italy, Greece and Croatia – rules to consider

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More and more quarantine rules are falling – both at popular travel destinations and when returning to Austria. Thus, since June 1, Croatia is finally also in Annex A (low incidence of infection). Vaccinated, recovered and now also tested persons can return from their vacation without quarantine obligation with the appropriate certificate.

Although there is now no quarantine obligation when entering Italy, a negative PCR or antigen test, which must not be older than 48 hours, is still required – even for vaccinated and recovered persons. This applies to children as young as two years old. In addition, all travelers must register via the digital Passenger Localization Form (dPLF). Immediately upon arrival, one must report to the appropriate local health authority (ASL). If a negative test result cannot be provided, a ten-day quarantine and subsequent test is mandatory.

➤ Mask requirement: Wearing a mask is mandatory in public.

➤ Distance: A minimum safety distance of 1 meter from other persons is mandatory.

➤ Gastronomy and exit ban: In the regions of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Sardinia and Molise, bars and restaurants, museums and cultural institutions are open as normal. There are also no curfew restrictions here. In the rest of Italy, no one is allowed on the streets from 23:00 to 05:00 – except for medical reasons.

➤ Test offers: Within Italy, there are several options for rapid and molecular testing.

Those traveling to Croatia must present a negative PCR or antigen test, confirmation of a vaccination completed more than 14 days ago, or confirmation of having had COVID-19 (positive test must be no more than 180 and no less than 11 days ago) upon entry. Those unable to do so must enter a 10-day home quarantine and make up the test. Children under 12 years of age are exempt if accompanied by their legal guardians with appropriate proof. All travelers are advised to register at this link.

➤ Mask requirement: Mouth-nose protection must be worn compulsorily indoors where a minimum distance of 2 meters is not guaranteed. Outdoors, where a minimum distance of 1.5 meters cannot be maintained, wearing a mask is recommended. In the counties of Split-Dalmatia and Šibenik-Knin, the wearing of mouth and nose protection is also obligatory outdoors, where larger gatherings of people are to be expected.

➤ Distance: In principle, a distance of 1.5 meters should be maintained wherever possible.

➤ Catering and curfew: Pubs and bars are open until 11 pm. There is no curfew.

For vacation in Greece, a negative PCR test, which must not be older than 72 hours, a confirmation of a vaccination carried out completely more than 14 days ago or a confirmation of a COVID-19 disease carried out (with a validity period of two to nine months from the date of illness indicated on it) must be carried. This obligation also applies to minors five years of age and older. In addition, a mandatory registration by means of “Passenger Locator Form” (PLF) applies, which must be carried out at least 24 hours or as soon as possible before entry.

➤ Mandatory wearing of masks: In Greece, masks are currently mandatory in indoor and outdoor areas. Only children under 4 years of age and persons with respiratory problems (medical confirmation required) are exempt.

— source: heute.at/picture: pixabay.com

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