Italy reopens to US leisure travelers on COVID-tested flights
May 15, 2021
Rome has been quiet long enough.
But there is exciting news today.
Delta has announced that Italy is no longer requiring quarantine for travelers flying on one of Delta’s COVID-tested flights. Read their official announcement for details, and expect more airlines to follow. But this is HUGE!!!
Update: More airlines have been added to the list.
You can come to Rome tomorrow, and you only need to pass a negative test – a few negative tests, actually.
It’s important that you take one of the approved COVID-tested flights that do not require quarantine on arrival. So read very carefully what the airline says. I have a group arriving on Delta 62, that is one of the approved flights. Imagine not reading carefully and getting on the wrong flight and having to quarantine on arrival for ten days.
The First Post-Pandemic Pilgrimage to Italy is already sold out. You can message me to join the waitlist, but know that more opportunities will be announced very soon.
For those planning a visit, check out The Catholic Traveler’s Guide to Rome and The Catholic Traveler’s Guide to Packing.
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