What is the change? Italy has suspended non-essential commercial activities and has prohibited people from leaving the towns where they reside except for urgent health or work-related reasons. Those entering Italy by airplane, boat, train or car must inform local authorities of their entry and undergo self-isolation for 14 days, even if they are asymptomatic.

  • Implementation time frame: Ongoing.
  • Who is affected: Individuals in or traveling to Italy.
  • Next steps: Employers should anticipate additional restrictions related to COVID-19.

Analysis & Comments: Immigration and travel within and to Italy is being significantly reduced and dedicated to emergency travel only. Deloitte will alert clients to additional changes as information becomes available.

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