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Italy lifts COVID-19 quarantine rule for travellers from non-EU countries as of March 1 – Metro US

Italy lifts COVID-19 quarantine rule for travellers from non-EU countries as of March 1

FILE PHOTO: Tourists come back to Venice as Italy lifts
FILE PHOTO: Tourists come back to Venice as Italy lifts COVID-19 quarantine for EU, UK and Israel

ROME (Reuters) – Italy will no longer require people coming from outside the European Union to isolate after entering the country as of March 1, its health ministry said in a statement on Tuesday.

Travellers coming from non-EU countries will only be asked to show a certificate showing they have been vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19, or a negative test.

(Reporting by Angelo Amante; editing by Agnieszka Flak)

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