Corona in Italy and the Super Green Pass
The Current Covid-19 Situation – Update May 1st, 2022
Dear Friends of Italy,
We are glad to inform you that further travel simplifications will come into effect from May 1st.
This means that there is no need to register using the Passenger Locator Form and to present the European Covid certificate (Green Pass).
Mouth and nose protection is still mandatory in some indoor areas such as theaters and cinemas as well as on public transport. Wearing the mask is still recommended in other public spaces such as supermarkets and authorities.
We have summarized the most important regulations for travelers and visitors that could affect them.
- An FFP2 mask must be worn in all public facilities and on public transport.
- Theaters can be 100% occupied by spectators. However, no breaks may be offered and the FFP2 mask must be worn at all times.
- Concerts and sports stadiums
- Indoor sports halls and cinemas
- Cable cars in ski lifts
Green Pass and Super Green Pass
Until the end of April, the Super Green Pass (2G rule) is mandatory for:
- Indoor gyms and swimming pools
- Theatres, cinemas, stadiums and sports halls (inside)
- Visitors to festivals, parties and discos
What does Super Green Pass mean?
The Super Green Pass works according to the 2G rule. This means that certain places are only allowed for vaccinated and convalescent people.
The Covid certificate can be obtained from:
* a triple vaccination (unlimited validity)
* a complete vaccination against Sars-Cov-2 (validity: 6 months)
* Proof of recovery from Covid-19 (valid for 3 months)
The Super Green Pass is valid until March 31st, 2022.
Basic Green Pass – The EU’s digital Covid certificate
The Covid certificate can be obtained from a negative test result (PCR or antigen test, not older than 48 hours)
Children under the age of 12 are exempt from the Green Pass.
The Green Pass (3G rule) is compulsory for:
- Indoor restaurants and bars
Where will the Green Pass no longer be required from April 1st?
- Hotels and tourist accommodation and their restaurants
- Outdoor restaurants and bars
- In local public transport (buses, subway, train)
- Airplanes, ships, long-distance trains and long-distance buses on domestic routes in Italy
- Hairdressing salons, hairdressers, beauty centers
- Outdoor parties
We recommend that all travelers purchase the Super Green Pass (2G) by the end of April in order to be able to use all tourist services without any worries.
Travel to Italy
The following rules apply when entering Italy from EU countries or Schengen countries.
The following documents are required for entry in Italy
The following documents are required for entry:
* Registration using the Passenger Locator Form (one dPLF per household is sufficient)
* European Covid certificate according to the 3G rule with QR CODE
We recommend all travelers the Super Green Pass (2G) to be able to use all tourist services.
Requirement for Traveling to Italy
Travelers must register with the EU dPLF web application by providing a valid email address and password. Travelers will receive a confirmation email to the email address they have provided. In order to confirm and complete the registration, travelers must click on the link that will be sent to the email address provided.
For registration you need the European Covid certificate according to the 3G rule with QR CODE
- 94 % of the population over 12 years old are vaccinated
- 84 % of the total population is triple vaccinated