Holiday boost as Italy to SCRAP quarantine for vaccinated Brits from tomorrow

BRITS wanting to head to Italy have been given a holiday boost as the country is to end the mandatory quarantine on arrivals.

The current rules mandate that UK arrivals quarantine for five days on arrival, regardless of vaccination status.

However, the new rules will allow Brits who have had both jabs to skip the quarantine, in place from tomorrow.

Instead, holidaymakers will just need to have a negative Covid test – either a PCR or antigen – 48 hours before arrivals.

Unvaxxed Brits will still have to self-isolate on arrival in Italy.

It is great news for Brits wanting to head to holiday hotspots such as Venice, Rome and the Amalfi coast.

Italy remains on the UK's amber list, which means vaccinated Brits can also skip the 10-day quarantine when returning to England, and only need two Covid tests.

Brits who are yet to be vaccinated will have to self-isolate for the 10 days, or five if taking a Test to Release.

We've rounded up some of the best hidden gems to visit in Italy as summer draws to a close.

Or if you fancy moving to Italy, some towns and villages will even pay you to relocate.

This includes many of the country's €1 houses, a scheme offering bargain properties to encourage people to move to the area.

More countries have been added to the UK's green list from today as well, with seven destinations including the Azores and Denmark.

It is bad news for Thailand and Montenegro, however, as they are added to the red list from today. No new countries have been added to the amber list.

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