Are you going on holiday to Italy soon? Then pay attention! As of 6 August you need a so-called Green Pass to be able to visit public places. With this pass you can visit restaurants, events, swimming pools or theaters. The party cannot go on without a pass.
With this, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi wants to encourage people to get vaccinated. A necessary decision, according to the Italian prime minister, since more than 5000 new infections were reported in Italy yesterday. Just over 50 percent of the population of about 60 million people over the age of 12 has so far been fully vaccinated.
How do you apply for the Green Pass for Italy?
To apply for a Green Pass you need a recovery or vaccination certificate, or a negative PCR test that is not older than 48 hours.
I’m impressed: second shot last Thursday, vaccination certificate yesterday #Italy in, today European Green Pass (both with QR code and both via well-functioning apps). That’s how it should be
— Andrea Vreede (@andreavreede) June 21, 2021
Not in the mood for hassle? Then create an EU Digital Corona Certificate (DCC). This app makes it easier to travel within the European Union. The system shows whether you have been (fully) vaccinated against corona, or have recovered and/or have a recent negative test result. You can create this via the CoronaCheck app.
Before leaving for Italy, fill out the Digital Passenger Locator Form (dPLF). All travelers should do this, whether you travel by plane or by car, bus, train and boat.
In various cities in Europe, people are taking to the streets en masse to protest against the introduction of the mandatory corona passport! This video would have been made in Turin #Italy!
Impressive! (sound on)
— Nicky Monreau (@NickyMonreau) July 22, 2021
Holiday to Sicily?
Flying to the Italian island of Sicily? As of today, you need a negative test certificate to enter. This is because the infection figures in the Netherlands are rising rapidly. Anyone flying to Sicily can take a free rapid test at the airport. You can of course also arrange it at one of the test locations in the Netherlands.
In Sicily, which is very popular among tourists, the infection rates are going fast. They are currently in third place when it comes to new corona cases. The most infections are currently in Rome and the surrounding Lazio region.
From September, the rules in Italy will most likely be tightened even further. A Green Pass is then only valid with a complete vaccination in your pocket.
Large parts of the Netherlands turn dark red on the European corona map
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