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Italy will reopen to tourists from early June and scrap a 14-day mandatory quarantine period, the government said on Saturday.

LATEST: Italy to allow international travel from early JuneItaly will reopen to tourists from early June and scrap a 14-day mandatory quarantine period, the government said on Saturday.

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Italy will reopen to tourists from early June and scrap a 14-day mandatory quarantine period, the government said on Saturday, as it quickened the exit from the coronavirus lockdown.

Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte enforced the naionwide shutdown in early March to counter a pandemic that has so far killed more than 31,500 people in Italy.

 

 

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The shutdown halted all holiday-making in a country heavily dependent on the tourism industry.

Although Italy never formally closed its borders and has allowed people to cross back and forth for work or health reasons, it banned movement for tourism and imposed a two-week isolation period for new arrivals.

Beginning on June 3, all visitors will be allowed in with no obligation to self-isolate. Italians will also be able to move between regions, though local authorities can limit travel if infections spike.

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Movements to and from abroad can be limited by regional decree “in relation to specific states and territories, in accordance with the principles of adequacy and proportionality to the epidemiological risk”, the government said.

Meanwhile restrictions on travel within the same region will be dropped from Monday, May 18th, the draft states.

That means that, as expected, you will no longer need an ‘autocertificazione’ form to go outside after this weekend.

And while currently you can only leave your own town for urgent or essential reasons, from Monday you’ll be able to visit friends, stay at your second home, go to the beach or take a holiday within your own region – unless the regional authorities there decide otherwise.

The latest decree is welcome news for Italy’s agricultural sector, which relies on roughly 350,000 seasonal workers from abroad.

Farming lobby group Coldiretti said farms were already preparing to organise some 150,000 workers from places including Romania, Poland and Bulgaria.

The peak of Italy’s contagion passed at the end of March but with experts warning a second wave cannot be ruled out, Conte had been reluctant to lift the lockdown quickly.

He faced pressure from Itay’s regional governments, with some already allowing businesses to reopen before the restrictions were lifted.

Restaurants, bars and hairdressers are being allowed to reopen on Monday, two weeks earlier than initially planned.Shops will also open and Italians will finally be able to see friends, as long as they live within their same region.

Church services will begin again but people will have to follow social distancing rules and holy water fonts will be empty. Mosques will also reopen. Gatherings of large groups are still banned.

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