Sardinia Summer 2021: Covid documents & Green Pass
Nowdays, despite the desire to meet new people, it is important to keep distances.
Emerald Cruises aniway, has good news for you holidays. To get to Sardinia this Summer 2021 is easy: you don’t need Covid documents or Green Pass if you come from Italy, but what if you come from another country?
From 1° June 2021 Sardinia is Covid-19 White Zone, as well as La Maddalena and its archipelago.
How is Covid situation in Sardinia?
Do you know what Green Pass to Sardinia is and how to get Green Pass to Sardinia?
In this post, Emerald Cruises gives you all infos about Covid-19 situation in the island.
Covid-19 situation in Sardinia
Thanks to vaccination, Sardinia and La Maddalena islands are becoming Covid-free. It means that you can enjoy excursions and discover La Maddalena Archipelago without worries.
Tourists, however, prefer private boat excursions, which in compliance with Covid prevention rules, allow people to discover Northern Sardinia beauties in safety.
People wish “tailor made tours” , where you can enjoy sardinian sea, being in contact only with your family or friends and not in big groups.
Which type of tour is?
Of course a personalized experience, comfortable and relaxing, characterized by privacy, far from persons unknown and from Coronavirus risks.
Get to Sardinia with Green Pass and Covid documents (vaccine, Covid test & more)
Regarding to Summer 2021 in Sardinia, to get to the island you don’t need a Green Pass if you come from Italy.
It could be required, and is better if you have it, if you come from Sardinia from other countries.
Green Pass is a kind of Covid-19 health card, a digital or paper format document that allows you to travel to Sardinia in freedom and without restrictions.
What informations must the Green Pass contain?
- that you have been vaccinated against Covid-19 for the 1°time (it is valid until the 15° day after) or twice (it is valid for 9 months)
- that you gained a negative result after a Covid test made within 48 hours before the arrival in Sardinia
- that you are free from the virus
- NOTICE THAT’S OK IF EVEN ONE OF THIS 3 CONDITIONS OCCURS.
Can i get to Sardinia from another UE or extra-UE country?
Persons entering Italy from list C countries shall no longer be required to self-isolate under medical supervision.
“C” COUNTIRES: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark (including the Faroe Islands and Greenland), Estonia, Finland, France (including Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guyana, Reunion, Mayotte and excluding other territories outside the European mainland), Germany, Greece, Ireland, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands (excluding territories outside the European mainland), Poland, Portugal (including the Azores and Madeira), Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Hungary, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Andorra, Principality of Monaco, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.Under Italian law, travel to/from these countries is permitted without the need for a specific reason.
Restrictions apply in case of transit or stay in List D and/or List E countries during the 14 days prior to entry into Italy.
For all those who have stayed or transited in the fourteen days preceding entry into Italy in one or more of the States and territories referred to in List C of Annex 20, the legislation provides that re-entry into Italy is compulsory:
- Produce a green certificate proving that you have taken a negative molecular or antigen swab test in the 48 hours prior to entering Italy
- complete the digital Passenger Locator Form, which replaces the previous self-declaration;
- notify the prevention department of the health authority responsible for the area of your entry (See page: COVID-19 Freephone numbers and regional information
In the event of failure to produce a green certificate proving a negative swab test, passengers are subject to the following preventive measures:
- ten days of self-isolation at the address provided in the digital Passenger Locator Form
- swab test at the end of the ten-day isolation period.
Validity of regulations
The provisions remain in force until July 30, 2021.
Provided that no COVID-19 symptoms occur, specific exemptions are foreseen:
- The obligation to swab 48 hours prior to departure does not apply in the cases provided for in Art. 51 para. 7) letters a), b), c), f), g), l), n), m), o), which can be found in the section Exemptions
The following countries have been added to list D: Canada, Japan and the United States of America.
Persons entering Italy from list D and E countries are now required to take a Covid-19 swab test within 72 hours prior to entry.
The authorisations for Covid-tested flights have been extended to the following Countries: Canada, Japan, United Arab Emirates and United States of America.
From 24 May, when entering Italy, the paper self-declaration shall be replaced by a digital form, which can be compiled at https://app.euplf.eu.
Until 21 June, entry to Italy from India or Bangladesh or Sri Lanka is allowed to Italian citizens resident in Italy before 29 April 2021, Italian citizens registered with the A.I.R.E. Register and any persons authorised by the Ministry of Health.
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