COVID: We’ll boost random tests at borders says Speranza

(ANSA) – ROME, DEC 1 – Health Minister Roberto Speranza said
Wednesday that Italy boost random COVID tests at borders to help
combat a rising fourth wave and the new, reportedly more
transmissible Omicron virus.
“In a context of high entry rules for arrivals from extra-EU
countries, the government will have to move to boost controls,
not only in airports, bit also in other ways of arriving,” he
told Question Time in the House.
“In the area of Friuli Venezia Giulia, too, we will work to
boost random testing”. (ANSA).