The Italian government is rolling back green pass restrictions in a gradual phased approach starting April 1.
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 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.
Questions about how to get a super green pass? Visit our FAQ page. New super green pass restrictions will come into effect in Italy starting January 10, 2022 and through the end of the current state of emergency on March 31, 2022, based on a government decree on December 29, 2021. The additional activities previously allowed with … Continue reading New Decree on Super Green Pass Restrictions
Questions about how to get a super green pass? Visit our FAQ page. The government approved a new 'holiday decree' in Italy on Thursday, December 23, 2021, that was made official on December 25, 2021 when it was published in the country's Official Gazette. Here is a summary of the new restrictions, effective immediately through … Continue reading New ‘Holiday Decree’ – December 23, 2021
Questions about how to get a super green pass? Visit our FAQ page. The Italian government has produced a chart in Italian outlining super green pass requirements in place from April 1 to April 30, 2022. It also shows access requirements to various public activities for people without a green pass and with a basic green pass. … Continue reading Super Green Pass Requirements – Chart
Questions about how to get a super green pass? Visit our FAQ page. The Italian government implemented a Super Green Pass to regulate access to certain activities throughout the country during the holiday season 2021. It was originally set to run through January 15, 2022, as Prime Minister Mario Draghi said the move was aimed … Continue reading What is the Super Green Pass for holidays in Italy?
The Italian government announced it will require a Covid green pass for workers in all public and private workplaces starting on October 15, 2021.
Air passengers ages 2 and up traveling to the US are required to show proof of a negative Covid test result to board their flight.
Adolescents ages 12 and up have to show a green pass for activities that require it, while children ages 11 and under do not.