After a travel ban of four-months, Italy has opened its doors to travellers from Bangladesh effective August 31.
On August 28, the Italian government relaxed the entry restrictions previously imposed on arrivals from Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka and announced the reopening to travellers from these countries.
However, passengers must comply with the conditions mentioned below:
All passengers wishing to enter Italy, via all means of transportation, will be required to complete the digital PLF (https://app.euplf.eu), prior to entering the country.
Domestic flights do not need dPLF.
One form must be completed for each adult passenger; accompanied minors can be registered on the form of the accompanying adult. In the case of unaccompanied minors, the dPLF must be completed by the parent or legal guardian before departure.
Passengers must carry PCR Test negative result certificate taken in 72 hours prior to arrival.
After arrival in Italy, passengers must again go through a Covid-19 test at the airport.
Passengers have to quarantine for 10 days at the address mentioned in the digital passenger locator form.
Once the 10-day quarantine ends, travellers must again get tested for Covid-19 to get out of self-isolation.