Italy tightens its covid 'Green Pass' rules again on 1 September, this time affecting transport and education. Here's what you need to know.
Italy will once again expand the scope of its Green Pass - the certificate showing that people have been vaccinated, tested negative or recovered from covid-19 - with the new rules taking effect on 1 September.
So where and when will the Green Pass - or its equivalent certificate for those visiting Italy - be required? Here are the main points.
From 1 September the Green Pass will be required to board:
- airplanes serving domestic and international destinations
- inter-regional ships and ferries (with the exception of Strait of Messina ferry services)
- Intercity and high-speed trains
- long-distance buses passing through more than two regions
- charter buses
- dining indoors in restaurants
- cinemas, theatres, events and sporting competitions
- museums, cultural venues and archaeological sites
- gyms, swimming pools, spas, amusement parks, leisure centres, gaming halls and casinos
- conferences and trade fairs
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