As of Wednesday 1 June 2022 Italy is scrapping all of its Covid-19 entry requirements for international arrivals.
Italy’s health ministry has announce that requirements to produce either a coronavirus vaccination, proof of a recent recovery from the virus or negative test tesult is not being extended when it runs out today (Tuesday 31 May).
Previously (1 May) it abandoned the requirement for a passenger locator form.
This leaves only mask rules remaining, and these will be lifted on 15 June unless there is news of a return of the virus. For now, a mask may stll be required in some settings in Italy, by everyone over 6 years old (unless an exemption applies). That includes airports and airlines.
However, many Italians are still wearing masks and it is certainly worth keeping one handy when in a public area, such as shops, taxis and estate agent offices.
To stay up to date, seek travel advice from the government website of your country of residence. In the UK guidance for entry to the UK and travelling to Italy can be found on the GOV.UK website. You can also find tavel updates in English on the health authority website Salute.gov.it. However, it is not alway as up to date as you might expect.