Authorities in Italy have made it necessary for workers travelling in its yellow, orange and red zones to carry a health declaration form with them. In red zones, the form must even be emailed to the local health authorities.
The form specifies the reasons why someone is travelling, whether it be for work, health or an emergency. The document is is necessary in the regions marked as yellow zones between 10 pm and 5 am. In the orange zones, having a completed form is required at all times when crossing regional borders. In red zones, it is also necessary to send the local health authorities your form via email.
At the time of writing, the status of Italy’s regions is as follows:
Red zones: Lombardy, Calabria, Valle D’Aosta, province of Alto Adige, Piedmont, Campania and Tuscany; Orange zones: Abruzzo, Basilicata, Liguria, Puglia, Sicily, Umbria, Emilia-Romagna, Friuli and Marche; Yellow zones: Lazio, Molise, Trento province, Sardinia and Veneto.
If you are entering Italy from abroad, download and fill in this form. If you are already in Italy and will be crossing regional borders, this form is the one to download. Should you have any trouble understanding the Italian on your form, you can see an auto-translated English copy of it here.
If you are entering Italy from any of the ports or border crossings below, here is a list of email addresses you can send the form to:
- Frejus – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tarvisio (UD) – email@example.com
- Trieste – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Gorizia – email@example.com
- Monte Bianco – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Valico di Brogeda – email@example.com
- Passo del Sempione – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ventimiglia – email@example.com
You also can find the phone numbers of each of the local health authorities listed above via this link.
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