Italy will no longer require commuters to wear masks on public transport, with effect from Saturday 1 October, the health ministry confirmed last night. This means that Friday 30 September is the final day that FFP2 masks will be required on Italy's buses, trains, subways, trams and ferries, as one of Italy's last remaining covid restrictions comes...

Finally, you can travel to Italy when and how you want. Covid-19 times seem to be over, at least when it comes to restrictions. At the same time, things are not quite the way they used to be when it comes to tourism. Mind, traditional tourist trends are always there: our art cities, our sea, and our beautiful mountains are still top destinations, b...

An innovative tool capable of ferreting out the circulation in the air not only of the original strain of the Covid 19 virus but also of its variants and therefore particularly effective in closed environments such as schools, hospitals, offices, elevators and means of transportation. It is called "E4Shield" and takes advantage of a unique technolo...

Italy is set to lift the last remaining requirements to wear masks indoors after 15 June, health undersecretary Andrea Costa said in a radio interview on Wednesday. "From 15 June, I believe we will remove the latest restrictive measures such as the use of masks indoors" - Costa told RAI state radio - "The government's goal has always been to create...

Italy on Tuesday officially dropped all remaining COVID-19 entry rules for travelers. Effective immediately, travelers to Italy will no longer have to present proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival, nor upon entry to restaurants, public transportation, museums, theaters, and other public spaces, which had been a requirement....

Health Minister Roberto Speranza is shortly expected to confirm that Italy will dispense with its Covid entry requirements from June 1st, according to reports in various news outlets. Italy already relaxed its entry rules significantly earlier this year, but is now expected to do away with a requirement for arrivals to show proof of either recent v...