Italy: Green Pass mandatory for museums, restaurants, theaters and more


New restrictions take effect on Friday, making the Green Pass vaccination passport required to enter Italian cinemas, museums, theaters, and swimming pools, as well as to eat indoors in bars and restaurants.


In addition, Premier Mario Draghi‘s cabinet approved measures on Thursday that will broaden the scope of the Green Pass by making it mandatory for long-distance travel on trains, buses, ferries, and flights within Italy beginning in September, as well as for school and university staff and college students.


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People will be required to present the pass while boarding high-speed trains and buses that move between various areas, for example.

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The Italian Green Pass verifies that a person has been vaccinated against COVID-19, has recovered from the virus, or has tested negative in the last 48 hours.


According to the monitoring report, Italy’s COVID-19 Rt transmission number has steadied at 1.56 after several weeks of increases, but the case incidence has continued to climb.

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Last week, the national Rt figure was 1.57.

An Rt of more than 1 shows that the pandemic is spreading.



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