RULES FOR PASSENGERS ENTERING IN SICILY


From 14/07/2021 mandatory swab test for passengers arriving in Sicily from Malta or for those who stayed there in the previous 14 days as required by the ordinance n.77 14/07/2021 of the President of the Sicilian Region.  In order to speed up the screening operations by the ASP staff and to minimize waiting times, please fill in the following forms before arriving at the airport, to be delivered to the screening stations.

From 22/07/2021 mandatory swab test for passengers arriving in Sicily from Netherlands, Greece, France or for those who stayed there in the previous 14 days as required by the ordinance n.79 22/07/2021 of the President of the Sicilian Region.  In order to speed up the screening operations by the ASP staff and to minimize waiting times, please fill in the following forms before arriving at the airport, to be delivered to the screening stations.


In compliance with the Regional Ordinance n ° 71/2021, from 12 July 2021, all passengers arriving at Trapani Birgi airport will be able to use the screening service for FREE and on a VOLUNTARY BASIS using a nasal-pharyngeal swab (rapid antigenic swab ).
We also inform you that in compliance with the Regional Ordinance No. 75/2021, all passengers arriving in the Sicilian territory who come from the countries referred in Annex “E” of the Prime Ministerial Decree of 2 March 2021, subsequently updated by the health Ministry of 2 April 2021, including Spain and Portugal, have the OBLIGATION to undergo the screening service using a quick antigen swab, to be carried out at the airport, regardless of possession of the Green Pass and the outcome of the PCR test.
The duty of the swab at the airport is also extended to all those who have stayed and/or passed through these states in the 14 days. prior to their arrival in the Sicilian territory.
The rapid antigenic swabs are free of charge.

The link regarding rules for travel between states and entry into Italy from third countries is https://reopen.europa.eu/it/from-to/ita/mlt.

View the Regional Ordinances: