I haven’t seen this discussed.
I just scored 2 business class tix to Italy with our Alaska Airlines miles. The date ( only one in a 2-week window with biz seats available) is exactly 2 weeks after a family event (small wedding) we cannot miss. I’ve a few days after getting home.We will be very careful, but there is still a risk of infection during the flight to Denver, hotel, talking to people, etc. So if, in the worst case, we tested positive a few days after getting home, how long do we have to wait to qualify as “recovered”? I know one can test positive with PCR tests for a long time afterwards, like weeks or longer. But isn’t there a certain number is days when you aren’t considered infectious any more? My cousin says it is 10 days from the first positive covid test. If so, do we just get a doctor certificate to prove that? She also suggested we just use antigen tests after a week or so and they are less sensitive so we would test negative sooner than with a PCR test.
I can’t find a good source of information on this, can anyone help? It is Italy’s rules we need to comply with, and all I can find is ItLian. And I know it could change by May, but I would like to know what it is now. ThNks.