There are high hopes in Italy that tourism will return to pre-pandemic levels in summer 2022, after the country’s lucrative travel sector was hit especially hard by closures over the past two years.
But the season got off to a slower start than expected at Easter, with many people delaying travel plans again in part due to ongoing concerns about the Covid-19 pandemic.
Meanwhile, one recent survey by Yougov found that up to 40 percent of people in Italy and the UK and 32 percent in the US are reluctant to travel abroad this year due to “confusion over health requirements”.
With Italy keeping some of its health measures in place until at least June, are concerns about the pandemic and Covid rules putting you off visiting Italy again this year? Or are you confident that your long-awaited trip to Italy will go smoothly?
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