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Published on : Saturday, June 4, 2022

Italy gradually getting back

As of today, Italy has joined the list of European countries lifting all COVID-19 related entry requirements.

Tourists wating to visit Italy no longer need to present proof of vaccination with the booster dose or, if not vaccinated, a negative PCR test from the past 48 hours before arrival, nor proof of recovery in the past 180 days before arrival.

The requirement to fill a passenger locator form before arrival and the use of the Green Pass and the Super Green Pass to enter venues have already been dropped in the country’s previous set of restrictions’ easing on May 1st.

The Super Green Pass is only still required when entering sanitary facilities.

Limited containment measures, mostly related to mask wearing, remain in place until 15 June. It is mandatory to wear FFP2 type respiratory protective equipment in the following cases:

for access to and use of the following means of transport:

aircraft used for commercial passenger transport services;

ships and ferries engaged in interregional transport services; and

trains used in interregional, Intercity, Intercity Night and High Speed passenger rail transport services;

buses and coaches engaged in passenger transport services, of an undifferentiated nature, operated on a continuous or periodic basis by road on routes linking more than two regions and having fixed routes, timetables, frequencies and prices;

buses used for rental services with driver

vehicles used in local or regional public transport services;

means of school transport dedicated to primary, lower secondary and upper secondary school students;

for shows open to the public that take place indoors in theatres, concert halls, cinemas, entertainment and live music venues and other assimilated premises, as well as for sports events and competitions that take place indoors.

In addition, it is mandatory for workers, users and visitors of health, social and health care facilities to wear respiratory protection devices.

It is also recommended to wear respiratory protective equipment in all indoor public places or places open to the public.

The following are exempt from the requirement of wearing respiratory protective devices:

children under six years of age;

people with pathologies or disabilities that are incompatible with the use of the masks, as well as people who have to communicate with a disabled person in such a way that they cannot use a mask;

people who are doing sports.

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