Italy brings in Super Green Pass covid rules on 6 December

Dec 06, 2021 267

Italy's restrictions centred around the Green Pass will be tightened significantly from Monday 6 December, as part of the government's plans to stem the spread of covid-19 and to boost its vaccination drive. Central to the new rules is the so-called Super Green Pass, a reinforced version of the Green Pass certificate that proves the holder has been vaccinated against covid, recovered within the last six months or tested negative in the last 48 hours.

Under the existing system, the Green Pass is required for a range of social, cultural and sporting activities in Italy, from dining indoors in restaurants to long-distance travel journeys. It is also mandatory in the workplace. However when the Super Green Pass comes into effect on 6 December, it will only apply to those who have been vaccinated or recovered from covid-19.

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