Latest Update, July 27, 2021
As of 6 August 2021, everyone over the age of 12 must present the COVID-19 digital green certificate to access gyms, swimming pools, museums, cinemas, theatres, sports stadiums, and other public venues, including indoor seating areas at bars and restaurants.
Update, July 7, 2021
Wearing masks outdoors in Italy is no longer required from Monday 28th June as the entire country now is in the lowest-risk ‘white zone’ category under the national system of coronavirus restrictions. People in Italy are no longer obliged to wear masks outdoors, provided they are not in a crowded area, however the requirement to carry a mask remains in place.
Within white and yellow regions there are no limitations for night movements. In orange and red regions, during curfew hours, from 12 am to 5 am., all unnecessary movements are still prohibited and allowed only by carrying a self-certification.
Before entering Italy, from any country of origin and for any travel reason, the digital European Passenger Locator Form (dPLF) must be compiled. Passengers travelling on COVID-tested flights authorized by the Ministry of Health can enter Italy without having to comply with health surveillance and fiduciary isolation obligations.
The EU Digital COVID Certificate Regulation or Green Pass Regulation entered into application on 01 July 2021. It is a digital proof that a person has either been vaccinated against COVID-19, received a negative test or recovered from COVID-19. Holders of a valid EU digital COVID certificate should in principle not be subject to testing or quarantine when travelling within the EU.
It will help to ensure that restrictions currently in place in the EU can be lifted in a coordinated manner.
CDC COVID-19 certificates are fully recognized to travel to Italy. Students vaccinated in the United States can prove it via the “white card” bearing the CDC logo available from the CDC app V-Safe, at the vaccination center or at the doctor’s office.