Posted: Nov 27, 2020
From December 19, US citizens who are permitted to travel to Italy for essential reasons, including for work, health and education, as well as all EU and Italian citizens flying from the US, won't have to quarantine when they arrive in the country if they take part in the program, it announced Thursday.
To board the flights, operated by both Delta and Italian airline Alitalia, passengers must produce a negative COVID-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test taken up to 72 hours before departure, alongside a rapid test administered at the airport in Atlanta before boarding.
Upon arrival in Rome, they will have to take a second rapid test.
To return to Atlanta, passengers will also need to take a rapid test at the airport in Rome.
They will need to provide details to support the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's contact-tracing protocols, the airline said.
By Grace Dean
Source and complete article by: msn.com
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