Whitsunday Holidays 2021: Information for travellers

More GOOD NEWS: The Minister of Health, Roberto Speranza is making things easier for your Whitsunday holidays on Lake Garda.
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Coronavirus: Verona and Lake Garda set to relax evening curfew from next week as health data improves

The Minister of Health, Roberto Speranza, has signed an ordinance allowing entry from the countries of the European Union and the Shengen Area, as well as from Great Britain and Israel, with a negative swab test, without compulsory quarantine. Travellers are still required to produce on arrival the certificate for a negative molecular or antigen swab test, taken in the 48 hours prior to arrival in Italy.

Source: Ministero della Salute.

Major updates: what you need to know

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Outdoor restaurants

🍕🍷 Restaurants and bars in the outdoor area are already open. Up to 4 people from different households can sit at one table. There is no compulsory test. The indoor catering opens from June 1st.
Shopping Center

Shopping centers

👜 From Saturday onwards, shopping centers will also be open on weekends.
Swimming Pools

Swimming pools

🏊‍♀️ Outdoor swimming pools and lidos are already open.
Verona

Nightly 11 pm curfew

🌙 The nightly curfew (11pm now) will be relaxed step by step and completely lifted on June 21st.

Swimming Pools

Entry requirements

🚐 A registration form and a negative test are sufficient for entering Italy and returning to Germany.

Rule changes would likely come into force in June

Italy’s prime minister has proposed pushing the nationwide evening curfew back to 11pm from next week and then to midnight from June 7th, before scrapping it altogether by June 21st.

Rule changes would likely come into force next week, with Italian media reports stating that they’d take effect from Monday, May 24th. A decree providing for further loosening of the rules should be confirmed by Friday May 21st, the day Italy’s health watchdog releases its next weekly report.

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