Italy opens its 'quarantine-free' flights to U.S. tourists

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Rome's Trevi Fountain, prior to the pandemic. Italy is welcoming U.S. tourists again on approved "quarantine-free" flights.
Rome's Trevi Fountain, prior to the pandemic. Italy is welcoming U.S. tourists again on approved "quarantine-free" flights. Photo Credit: JIMMOYHT/Shutterstock.com

Italy has reopened to Americans who travel on approved "quarantine-free" flights,  according to announcements from American, Delta and United airlines.

The country on Sunday began welcoming leisure travelers on the flights, which previously were open only to U.S. citizens visiting the country for work or other essential travel.

To enter the country, passengers -- regardless of vaccination status -- must provide proof of a negative test within 72 hours of departure, and then pass another test on arrival to avoid the country's 14-day quarantine.

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