Italy Bans Tourists From Singapore Till Jan 31
Rome: The Italy’s Health Ministry has added Singapore and Brunei to its list of countries with high-risk COVID-19 infections.
With this, Singapore residents will not be allowed to travel to Italy for leisure from Thursday (December 16) until 31 January next year.
The embassy did not specify the reason for changing Singapore’s risk classification, the report said.
For those who can travel to Italy in this period, they will have to serve a 10-day self-isolation at a declared address, and take a molecular or antigenic test at the end of the isolation.