Covid-19: Italy introduces mandatory self declaration form for red, orange and yellow zones

Since 22nd of October Italy dispatched its territory in 3 zones, Yellow, orange & Red where curfew and lockdown is mandatory. From now on Authorities in Italy have made it necessary for workers travelling in its yellow, orange and red zones to carry a self declaration form with them.

A reminder of the 3 zones in Italy:

Red zones: Lombardy, Calabria, Valle D’Aosta, province of Alto Adige, Piedmont, Campania and Tuscany;

Orange zones: Abruzzo, Basilicata, Liguria, Puglia, Sicily, Umbria, Emilia-Romagna, Friuli and Marche;

Yellow zones: Lazio, Molise, Trento province, Sardinia and Veneto.

The mandatory form is necessary to know the reasons of travelling, whether it be for work, health or an emergency. For the regions marked as yellow zones between 10 pm and 5 am. In the orange zones, having a completed form is required at all times when crossing regional borders. In the 3 zones, it is also necessary to send to the local health authorities the self declaration via email.

Here you will find the document that is usually intended to be emailed to those arriving from all countries. The driver/traveller need to communicate in the email also the telephone number.

This document is for truck only and it allow the driver to stay in Italy for a maximum period of 120 hours. There is also an English version that you will find here.

Don’t forget to send an email to the local health authorities.

Health authorities for the Italian territory:

If you are entering Italy from any of the ports or border crossings below, here is a list of email addresses you can send the form to:

– Brennero – ASL Alto Adige
Telefono 0471/435700
Online form available to fill in on the website

– Ventimiglia – ASL Imperia
Telefono 0184/536683


– Frejus – ASL Torino3
Telefono 011/9551752


– Tarvisio (UD) – ASL Medio Friuli
Telefono 0432/553264


– Trieste – ASL Trieste
Telefono 040/3997490


– Gorizia – ASL Gorizia
Telefono 0481/592876


– Monte Bianco – ASL Valle dAosta


– Valico di Brogeda – ASL Insubria (Como)
Telefono 031/370111


– Passo del Sempione – ASL Verbano-Cusio-Ossola


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