Travel Restrictions

Updated 02/24/2021 @ 5:00 p.m.

Current Regional Status

Regional Travel Ban Update
On 22 Feb 21, the Italian national government announced their intent to extend the travel ban between regions for another 30 days. This means that individuals will not be able to cross regional borders until after 27 Mar 21. All previous exceptions to the travel ban remain in effect: work needs, in-person education, situations of necessity, health reasons, and to return home.
FVG and VENETO remain YELLOW+.

Curfew hours between 2200 and 0500 and all other yellow/orange/red region rules remain in effect until at least 5 March 21.

For a complete summary of Region rules, go to

Travel through Austria to Italy is limited due to the prevalence of the circulating COVID Variant of Concern(VOC).  See the current version of the Aviano Flow Chart for information on travel requirements for travelers coming from or traveling through Austria.  Travel from Brazil continues to be limited with a ban on flights arriving in Italy until 5 March. 

Travelers having transited through(including connecting flights) or staying in multiple countries in the last 14 days must comply with the Italian Law and ITAF policies regarding restrictions applicable to ALL countries visited or transited through.  If transiting through both List C and E countries, all applicable requirements for both List C and E apply. (As illustrated in the Travel Flow Diagram)

Travelers bound for the US who are over the age of 2 will be required to obtain a negative COVID-19 test 72 hours prior to arriving beginning 26 Jan 2021 to travel to the US per CDC policy(please note air carriers may have more strict guidance for testing ages and timelines).  Vaccination status is not considered for this guidance. If travelers have had a positive viral test in the past 3 months, and have met the criteria to end isolation, they may travel instead with documentation of their positive viral test results and a letter from their healthcare provider or a public health official that states they have been cleared for travel. For assistance in determining ROM and/or testing requirements for your US destination please refer to and be sure to contact your air carrier for airport and flight testing policies and procedures.  Additionally you may utilize the CDC travel recommendation site ( for information about the CDC Risk Tier for your travel destination and origin.  Note: Legal requirements of ROM vary within the US states and cities. 

The DPCM provisions prohibiting interregional travel even when in yellow have been extended until 27 March.  Travel is limited to the region in which you reside with exception for proven needs for travel outside of your region.  We will continue to provide regional updates to the color coding as they are released.  Currently Friuli and Veneto are Yellow+. Additionally, businesses operating amateur skiing resorts are further prohibited from opening until at least 5 March.

Visit the Italian Decree page for a map of all Italian regions by category and a graphic of restrictions for each category type. (

31 FW Travel Policy


  1. Reopen Europe Highly recommend checking destination country for travel requirements before departure.

Covid 19 31 FW updates

Travel Resources

European Command (EUCOM) COVID-19 Green list (CAC enabled)

 EU  Reopen Website

State Department SMART Traveler Program

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