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For travellers after visiting Paris, France’s red zones, Malta, Spain, Croatia and Greece and arriving at Milano Malpensa Airport
COVID-19 TESTING AREA for passengers arriving at Milano Malpensa International Airport from Paris, some Regions of France, Malta, Spain, Croatia, and Greece
According to the provisions of the Italian Ministry of Health, from September 22, 2020, passengers returning from Paris and the red zones of France (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Corsica, Hauts-de-France, Île-de-France, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, Occitaine, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur) will have to undergo a nasal swab, thus adding to passengers arriving from Malta, Spain, Croatia, and Greece.
A COVID-19 testing Area is operational at Milano Malpensa Airport Arrival floor, exit 1. Passengers arriving in Malpensa from one of the countries mentioned above may undergo molecular tests, available every day from 09.00 AM to 8.00 PM for those who access the “COVID-19 TESTING AREA” by 7.30 pm, to allow the completion of all operations, managed by ATS Insubria Health Protection Agency in collaboration with Local Health District Hospitals (ASST).
If you decide to take the test and before entering the test site area, you must log in to http://dbcup.ats-insubria.it:8094/RientroEstero and fill in the form.
You can apply for the test online 48 hours before your arrival in Italy. Book your appointment by using a mobile phone, a tablet computer, or a personal computer or by QRCODE
How to Access the Area:
- go to the COVID-19 Testing Area with your travel document and a valid ID/passport
- wear a face mask, keep a distance from others, and clean your hands frequently with a hand sanitizer.
You will receive an email as soon as your test is ready. In Lombardy, self-isolation is not mandatory until you receive your test result, however, you must observe all the measures contained in the DPCM 7/8/2020 and most of all the following rules: always use a face mask when necessary, limit non-necessary travels and meetings, and avoid using public transportation.
As an alternative to carrying out the test at the airport, you may also undergo a molecular test at the local ATS within 48 hours of landing, by consulting dedicated websites.
For any further information and contacts, a list of regional reference numbers is provided below: