Italy will open its borders to quarantine-free flights from the U.S. for the first time since the imposition of COVID-19 travel curbs. The waiver, backed by rigorous testing before departure and on arrival, is the first on a trans-Atlantic route, according to Delta Air Lines Inc., whose flights from Atlanta to Rome Fiumicino will trial the new rules. Alitalia will serve the Italian capital from New York John F. Kennedy airport on the same basis. Great!
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