September 22, 2021

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Greece, Malta, Spain, France, Germany, GB. Rules, from green pass to PLF

Green bass, Immunization Certificates, Completion Documents, tampons And isolations. The second summer of the epidemic, infections are on the rise and the fears of the fourth wave include imposing stricter rules for going abroad. The basic requirement is a green pass, which can be obtained After vaccination, wiping or recovery from Sars-CoV-2. But pay attention to the specific rules laid down by individual countries. “The European Green Pass Tool is excellent, but especially with the recent increase in cases, some countries have decided to add (without a doubt) more specific national rules, from certificates to extra sweeps to isolations. Conclusion? Is it a panorama that can divert Europe and travelers divided into separate national exceptions?” Concerns expressed by Asto-Confindustria Travel, an association of tour operators, recall the need for clear rules: “Confusion of information is the enemy of demand, which creates alarm and confusion, so bookings and cancellations in recent weeks are normal.”


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Holidays, Ministry Questionnaire

To avoid the unpleasant surprises that spoil the holidays, it is necessary to inquire in advance about the necessary documents. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through the website traviaresicuri.it, has issued a questionnaire for travelers who need to go abroad and return to Italy or return to our country from a third country. The questions asked are simple and straightforward: holding Italian or European citizenship, intended destination, reason for travel (work, study, hygiene, urgency, return or travel). At the end of the questionnaire, the requirements for the exchange are given. There are two main documents: the green pass and the DPLF (Digital Passenger Locator Form), or more digital questionnaire in which certain information about the trip (transport, date, selected company) is requested. With the form that the user has to register on the site, tracking of movements can be allowed if required, for example if it is positive during the trip. Here are the specific rules for each country.

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England

There is no precautionary isolation for those going to the UK from the EU and the US. However, to go to the UK, you need a negative result of the cov test done three days before departure and evaluate the parameters indicated by the British government (in English and with the contact details of the medical center). The Travel Locator Form must also be completed two days prior to departure. Upon return to Italy, compulsory isolation must be complied with for five days and the Plf form (Passenger Locator Form) must be submitted.

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Spain

Those coming from Schengen area countries have no isolated duty. Anyone coming to Spain from abroad will be subjected to a medical examination before entering the country. In particular: body temperature control, visual inspection of the health status of passengers, document verification. Before traveling, passengers must fill out a form available at the Spanish Travel Health website (arriving by air) or at spthm.puertos.es (arriving by sea). The Canary Islands have specific rules compared to Spain, so you should visit the site: gobiernodecanarias.org/principal/coronirus/informacionviajeros

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Greece

Green Pass (or a certificate of cure within 30 days from the first positive wipe and valid for the next 180 days, in addition to a written certificate of completion of the vaccine cycle from 14 days, or a negative molecular test carried out within 72 hours before entry, or test within the previous 48 hours), 12 years of age and older All travelers are required to fill out a Greek PLF, thereby providing information on origin, previous stay in other countries and address. Their stay in Greece. It must be completed by 11.59pm local time the day before departure (i.e. 10.59pm in Italy). Those who do not have a green pass must have one of these certificates: the vaccination cycle must be completed for at least 14 days; Negative molecular test carried out 72 hours prior to admission; A quick check was made 48 hours before entry; Certificate of treatment issued following molecular or rapid antigenic testing. Fornesina clarified that “Greek law requires a certificate of recovery to be issued 30 days after the first positive test, valid for up to 180 days.” Once you arrive in Greece, you may be subjected to a mandatory quick test on a sample basis. Permission may be denied to those who refuse. If the quick entry is positive for the wipe – or for the wipe carried out before returning to Italy – there is a mandatory isolation period for positively tested passengers and their next contact.

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Portugal

It is necessary to present the green pass and fill out the Portuguese Plf before departure. Without a green pass, boarding is permitted only if a negative result of the molecular test carried out within 72 hours or, conversely, evidence of an antigen test with a negative result 48 hours prior. Climbing time. Children under the age of 12 are exempted from submitting the exam. According to Azores and Madeira, by providing molecular testing from the age of 12 – 72 hours before boarding – or green pass. Passengers can pick up the exam for free upon arrival and wait for the result of precautionary isolation (results available within 12-24 hours). A questionnaire must be completed in advance and is available at mysafeazores.com and madeirasafe.com

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France

Italians can enter France after vaccination: two weeks after the second dose of the Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca vaccines; Or four weeks after the Johnson & Johnson vaccine; Or two weeks after the first dose of the EMA-approved vaccine for people who have recovered from a previous Govt-19 infection. In the absence of total or partial immunization, passengers under the age of 11 can enter both a molecular test and an antigen test, with negative results, carried out 72 hours prior to departure. Non-vaccinated people are allowed to enter France only if they comply with the following conditions: From the age of 11, a molecular or antigenic test delivery is carried out 48 hours prior to departure with a negative result; Test upon arrival in France; Mandatory isolation for 10 days. It should also be noted that the Green Pass will be mandatory for restaurants, trains and flights in France from August 9th.

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Germany

Anyone entering the aircraft must, before boarding, have documentation proving that they have been vaccinated, cured, or negative with a cloth. This obligation does not apply under 6 years. According to German law, those who have completed at least 14 days of immunization are considered vaccinated (if they have already been infected with covid, the first dose is sufficient) and those who have tested positive for a swab of at least 28 days and cannot be cured before 6 months. For people who have not been vaccinated and cured by air, the wipe may be antigenic (rapid) or molecular and within 48 hours (in case of antigenic) or 72 hours before entry (antigenic in case). Molecular PCR). Anyone who goes to Italy and enters Germany by land is not required to submit a negative test.

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Malta

An EU Green Pass is required to confirm the completion of the vaccination cycle for at least 14 days. Those without a certificate have a 14-day isolation duty at a hotel indicated by Maltese health officials. Those who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons and children between the ages of 5 and 11 are not required to have a green pass but must submit a negative test carried out within the previous 72 hours. Children under the age of 5 are exempted from the green pass or negative test.

Prior to returning to Italy from Spain, Greece, Portugal, France, Germany, and Malta, the PLF form and vaccine must be given a green pass through an EMA, treatment or molecular or antigenic wipe approved vaccine carried out in the 48th. Hrs.