SELF-CERTIFICATION required for all passengers
Starting from 6 November 2020, the movements in and out of the regional territory of Lombardy are regulated by the Prime Ministerial Decree of November 3, 2020, and by the Ordinance of the Ministry of Health dated November 4, 2020, which authorizes travelling motivated only by proven work requirements, health reasons and other reasons of proven necessity. Return to one's permanent or present home address is always allowed. To justify travelling, it is necessary to show a self-declaration form. It is necessary to arrive at the airport with the self-declaration form filled out: it will be verified by Police staff before going through the security check.
Therefore, we invite passengers to arrive at the airport in advance.
To help foreign citizens, we translated the latest self-certification form into English. Always fill in the Italian form and use the English translation provided as an aid.
For further information, please visit our COVID-19 FAQs.
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COVID-19 TESTING AREA for passengers arriving at Milano Linate Airport from Belgium, Czech Republic, France, the Netherlands, Spain, and the United Kingdom
According to the Decree of the Italian President of the Council of Ministers dated November 3, 2020, passengers arriving in Linate from Belgium, Czech Republic, France, the Netherlands, Spain, and the United Kingdom may undergo a nasal swab test upon their arrival at the airport.
Passengers arriving from one of the above-mentioned countries may take a nasal swab test from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the COVID-19 testing area, located inside the Baggage Claim Area, on the Arrival Floor of Milano Linate Airport. The service - coordinated by Milan ATS health Protection Agency in collaboration with Policlinico Gruppo San Donato - is free of charges and does not require any reservation.
You will receive your test result via email as soon as they are ready.
To access the COVID-19 Testing Area, you should take with you a travel document and a valid ID/passport.
It is also mandatory to keep a safe distance from others and respect hygiene regulations (always wearing a face mask and cleaning your hands frequently with a hand sanitizer)
Instead of carrying out the test at the airport, you may also:
- take a molecular or antigenic swab test within 48 hours of entering Italy at the competent local health authority surgery;
- present a declaration to the effect that you have taken a molecular or antigenic swab test, with a negative result, within 72 hours before entering Italy.