Italy: Super Green Pass system kicks off today

The Italian government’s Super Green Pass system, which excludes the unvaccinated from COVID19 from many social, cultural and recreational activities, went into effect on Monday and is expected to remain in effect until the 15th. January.

“Super Green Cards” are only issued to people who are vaccinated and who have recovered from coronavirus in the past six months. Enjoyed this post? Never miss out on future posts by following us.


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From Monday it is necessary to enter cinemas, theaters and sports venues and sit at tables in bars and restaurants.

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However, a “regular” Green Card is still sufficient for entry into the workplace.


A regular Green Pass can be obtained with a negative COVID19 test but it is only valid for a few days.

In addition, the basic Green Pass also requires local public transport as it was made mandatory on Monday for inter-regional train travel and domestic flights.

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