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Italy has extended its Easter holiday restrictions until the end of April.
Axar.az reports tha people traveling to the EU from Italy must not only pass the appropriate PCR test, but also be in solitary confinement for five days. At the end of this period, it is necessary to retake the test, and only then will freedom of movement be allowed.
From April 7, these rules will also apply to visitors from Israel, Great Britain and Austria. Due to the epidemiological situation, Italian health authorities allowed travel from these three countries to Italy only in exceptional cases and with a 14-day isolation regime.
It should be noted that with the quarantine obligation imposed for the Easter period, the Italian government tried to prevent Italians from traveling abroad as much as possible. In Italy, which is under strict quarantine until April 6, residents are not allowed to leave their homes. However, those who pass the coronavirus test can fly abroad on "coronavirus-free flights."
2021.04.06 / 09:51