As we anxiously wait for the time when we will all be able to travel again, we want to keep you informed and updated on the situation on the other side of the pond.
COVID-19 remains a significant global concern and we are vigilantly monitoring the local, national and international guidelines, including those from the World Health Organization, the CDC and the Italian Institute of Health.
Thank you always for your continued support!
COVID-19 TRAVEL UPDATES
Italy kicked off Covid-19 vaccinations on December 27th 2020. Most countries in Europe have started the vaccination process as well and this brings hope to resume traveling around Spring 2021.
The first U.S. Covid-19 vaccinations outside of clinical trials began Monday, Dec 14th 2020, in the US. Health care workers and nursing home residents are among the first to begin receiving the coronavirus vaccine after the Food and Drug Administration authorized the first vaccination for emergency use.
Starting on December 9th 2020, travelers flying to Rome FCO from NEW YORK CITY will not need to observe the 14 day quarantine period as they will be required to present a negative COVID-19 test before boarding the flight, and they will have to take a rapid result COVID-19 test as soon as they land in Rome.
This measure, together with the vaccine available in Italy starting January 2021 (the Government states the entire Italian population will be vaccinated by the end of the Summer 2021), will allow travel and tourism to slowly restart with the new year.