Italy granted entry to American travelers who had been vaccinated.
The Italian government has allowed U.S. tourists who have been vaccinated to visit the country without a quarantine. Italy allowed U.S. travelers to enter only after the European Union listed the United States as a safe travel destination. The new decision will take effect on Monday.
U.S. travelers can avoid pre-arrival testing by showing the report card they received from the vaccination time. All restaurants and bars in the country are open. Also opened swimming pools, beaches, and theme parks for tourists. Limited access to museums across the country on weekends is also allowed. Greece, Spain, Denmark, and France also granted the entry of vaccinated U.S tourists.