THE UNITED KINGDOM
IT IS NOTED THAT FROM 7 APRIL 2021 THE PROVISIONS INDICATED BELOW WILL NO LONGER BE IN FORCE AS THE UNITED KINGDOM WILL BE CLASSIFIED IN LIST C.
Citizens with residency in Italy or who have proven reasons of necessity are allowed to return from the United Kingdom to Italy.
Please note the obligation to undergo molecular or antigen tests in the 72 hours prior to boarding and a second test in the 48 hours following repatriation, as well as the obligation to remain in fiduciary self-isolation for a period of 14 days, also in the absence of symptoms and upon notification of the repatriation to the competent authorities.
We inform you that at Bologna Airport all passengers arriving from the United Kingdom will be subjected to a molecular swab directly upon landing, in a health station of the Bologna Local Health Authority. The swab is free.
Regardless of the outcome of the swab, it remains mandatory to report to the Department of Public Health of the healthcare company of residence and undergo fiduciary isolation for a period of 14 days.
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