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COVID-19 UPDATE: ITALY AND SARDINIA - TILL 30TH OF APRIL
COVID-19 UPDATE: ITALY AND SARDINIA - TILL 30TH OF APRIL
There is a specific decree of the Ministry of Health, according to which those who return from European destinations - in addition to the usual swab, to be done in the last 48 hours before arrival - must do 5 days of quarantine and a second swab. The aforementioned measurament is also extended to Austria (which previously envisaged 14 days), the United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, Israel. This is also extended to crew travelling to Sardinia.
COVID-19 UPDATE: EASTER IN ITALY AND SARDINIA
COVID-19 UPDATE: EASTER IN ITALY AND SARDINIA
Since last Monday 22nd of March 2021, the situation in Sardinia and Italy has slightly changed as per last government decree. At this moment Sardinia is marked with the orange risk code and all Italian regions are marked under different risk code range colors (orange or red depending on risk levels), but all Italy will be under red risk range code for Easter days.
COVID-19 QUICK UPDATE:  TRAVELLING TO SARDINIA
COVID-19 QUICK UPDATE: TRAVELLING TO SARDINIA
Following our last Covid-19 update of the 4th of March 2021, please note there is a quick and very important update related to new requirements in place to enter Sardinia as per Regional Decree n. 5 of the 5th of March 2021.
COVID 19 UPDATE: TRAVELLING TO ITALY AND SARDINIA
Given the continuous evolution of the Covid-19 situation in Italy, we are here to send the latest updates, according to which Sardinia is under the lowest national risk range ('white' code region).
COVID-19 UPDATE: ITALY AND THE CARIBBEANS
COVID-19 UPDATE: ITALY AND THE CARIBBEANS
Here our last recap for this year 2020 related to Covid-19 travel requirements and situation in Italy and the Caribbean..
COVID 19 UPDATE: ITALY DIVIDED INTO THREE ZONES
COVID 19 UPDATE: ITALY DIVIDED INTO THREE ZONES
The central point of the Decree is the division of Italy into three areas (depending on the kind of risk). Each Region will fall into one of the three. The general rules of the Decree apply to everyone, other areas (the so-called "orange zone" and "red zone") are subject to further limitations:
  • Yellow zone (general rules apply and there are no further restrictions)
  • Orange zone
  • Red zone

Premier Giuseppe Conte formalized the different risk bands by region.
RED AREA: Aosta Valley, Piedmont, Lombardy and Calabria
ORANGE AREA: Puglia and Sicily
YELLOW AREA: Abruzzo, Basilicata, Campania, Emilia Romagna, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Liguria, Marche, Molise, Autonomous Province of Trento, Autonomous Province of Bolzano, Sardinia, Tuscany, Umbria and Veneto