Italy has become one of the first countries to waive the quarantine requirement for travelers who arrive on designated “COVID-free” direct flights.  By an ordinance issued by the Italian Ministry of Health, passengers who have tested negative for COVID-19 will be allowed to travel to Italy without being subject to the current 14-day quarantine measures for certain arrivals.  Passengers must fly Alitalia and Delta direct flights departing from New York’s JFK, Newark and Atlanta airports, and arriving at Fiumicino Airport (FCO) in Rome.  Continue reading at