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France via Italy COVID

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Apologies if this question is already on a separate post but we are off to France for half term; flying into Turin, hiring a car and driving to Serre Chevalier.

3 of us are doubled vaxed with booster and our 15 year old is double vaxed.

If I understand the French and Italian websites properly I think we are exempt from a pre-test for Italy (but do have to fill in a PLF) but do need to take a pre-test for France.

If anyone is in a similar situation and has looked into it their guidance would be very much appreciated.
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Can I ask where you have seen don’t need a pre test for Italy please we are heading there on the 13th feb and thought we had to have one ?
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I believe you are correct. I’ve booked a LF that we’ll time for our arrival into France, not Italy (just to be sure). French PLF completed (the Italian one didn’t allow for arrival by air and private transfer). French declaration completed along with GreenPass and pass sanitaire


Last edited by Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see? on Fri 28-01-22 21:13; edited 1 time in total
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Currently unless you are an EU citizen you will need a test before entering Italy. In practice I doubt very much if there will be any checks once you are within the Schengen (after 1 Feb)
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zikomo wrote:
Currently unless you are an EU citizen you will need a test before entering Italy.


I don’t believe that is correct, with your double vax + booster, you obtain the GreenPass, no LF or PCR required for entry into Italy for UK citizens
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@ac505, OK - please show me where it says that in the Italian Government regulations. Or any airline website departing form UK. Or the FCDO website. Or an Italian Government website.

I would really like that to be true, and am hoping that it will become so soon. But it is not the case right now.
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My mistake:
@you must show evidence of a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours before entering Italy OR a negative antigen test taken within 24 hours before entering Italy.”

Either way , as noted above you need a -ve LF within 24hrs prior to entry into France
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https://amblondra.esteri.it/ambasciata_londra/en/ambasciata/ufficio-stampa/news/2020/03/covid-19-avviso-per-i-cittadini.html

This was the sentence I was looking at but having re-read it I don’t think it applies to an airport arrival followed by car hire:

Presumably then I have to submit the PCR/ antigen test on both a french and Italian PLF?

The same exemptions also apply to:

1. Travellers transiting through Italy in a private vehicle for up to 36 hours. At the expiry of this period, they must leave Italy or begin the five-day quarantine period at the address indicated on the Passenger Locator Form and take the post-quarantine molecular or antigen test
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