Green Pass No Longer Required for Entry

As of June 1, 2022, the Italian government no longer requires a green pass for entry into the country. This means that travelers do not have to show any Covid-19 documentation upon entry (vaccination or recovery certificate or negative Covid test). For more information, see the Italian Health Ministry’s Covid-19 Information for Travelers website.

Vaccination certificate valid indefinitely for those with booster

The vaccination certificate is valid in Italy indefinitely for those with a third dose booster, following a meeting of the Italian cabinet met on February 2. The government decided on new measures including an extension of vaccination certificates beyond six months for those who have completed their booster dose (or have recovered from Covid after … Continue reading Vaccination certificate valid indefinitely for those with booster

Italy Adds Four New Yellow Zones January 10, 2022

Italy added four new yellow zones on January 10, 2022: the regions of Abruzzo, Emilia Romagna, Tuscany and Valle Aosta. They were added to the list of 11 regions and autonomous provinces that were already designated as yellow zones.

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