Travellers to Italy are now being asked to produce a negative PCR test certificate in order to enter the country.
A PCR test certificate suitable for travel to Italy can be obtained via one of two services:
We provide you with a PCR test self-test kit. You are provided with a laboratory certificate confirming: Date of sample (self-certified), Date of lab results, Test type and Laboratory accreditation.
Our Doctors will oversee the PCR swab process. You are provided with two certificates (1) A GP-letter confirming: Your identity (including passport number if required), Time and date of sample and Certification of correct collection of the sample and (2) a laboratory certificate confirming: Date of sample (self-certified), Date of lab results, Test type and Laboratory accreditation.
The laboratory's target turnaround time is 24 hours from the time that the sample reaches the laboratory. Unfortunately we are unable to make any guarantees about the turnaround time, accept responsibility for delays or accelerate the testing timeline. We advise that you leave as long as possible between your appointment and date of travel and to avoid travelling at the weekend as we are not open on Saturday and Sunday.
Please review the information above, and if in doubt about your certificate requirements we recommend booking the GP-led testing, as they can adapt their letters to meet your country's requirements.