Vacations, summer vacation, and finally, breathing deeply are the motto of many people from Europe. However, the Corona virus does not take a break.
Vacations at last, finally traveling again and enjoying the summer. But while we euphorically pack our bags, the Coronavirus continues to spread unchecked, and infection numbers are shooting through the roof across Europe. The best strategy is to know in which countries the 3G rule applies again and where you must wear an FFP2 mask.
There is no vacation country where the entry for vaccination or recovery is restricted. Only if the Corona numbers run entirely out of the rudder could this become a topic again in the following months.
● Entry restrictions: Vaccinated and recovered persons do not have to present a current test upon entry. Unvaccinated persons are different: they need either a PCR test (max. 72 hours old) or a rapid test from the last 24 hours. Children under twelve do not need a test.
● Mask requirement: masks are required on public transportation. Also, in medical facilities (such as hospitals).
● Entry restrictions: There are no entry restrictions in Italy because of Corona.
● Compulsory masks: FFP2 masks are compulsory on buses and trains in Italy.
● Entry restrictions: EU citizens can enter without restrictions.* For non-EU citizens, vaccinated and recovered persons do not need a test. Unvaccinated persons need a current PCR (max. 72 hours old) or rapid test (max. 24 hours old). There is also an entry form that must be filled out if you do NOT have a valid EU Covid digital certificate. Children under twelve do not need a test.
● Mandatory masks: As in many other countries, masks are mandatory in all public transport in Spain.
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