Italy has allowed entry for vaccinated Ukrainians without being quarantined. The country's government has changed the entry regulations for countries belonging to category D that includes our country.
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs map, from August 31, Ukrainians need to have a certificate of a negative molecular or antigenic test for COVID-19 in order to enter Italy. It must be done at least 72 hours before arrival in the country.
If a Ukrainian has a negative test result, as well as a European Green Pass certificate on completion of a full course of vaccination (with Pfizer, Johnson and Johnson, Moderna, and AstraZeneca), then he or she may not self-isolate for five-day.
If citizens do not have these certificates, they must self-isolate during 5 days, activating local health surveillance procedures and notifying local health authorities, and do a test after completing self-isolation.
Before leaving for Italy, you must also complete the Passenger Locator Form online. Children up to the age of 6 are exempt from testing, but must still self-isolate if necessary.
These entry regulations are in force until October 25, 2021.
Context. Italy has opened entry for all citizens of Ukraine since July 31. However, everyone entering the country had to self-isolate for five days upon arrival.