From April 1, after more than two years, ends the state of emergency of the Covid 19 pandemic, declared by the Conte government in Italy on January 31, 2020, and extended several times during this period.
From April 1, our neighbor across the Adriatic will no longer need the green certificate to enter shops, public offices, banks and post offices, hotels and apartments or to sit at open tables in bars and restaurants.
Such a permit however will continue to be required until April 30 indoors or mass events and outdoor races.
The green pass will also continue to be required until the end of next month for weddings and birthday parties, as well as in cinemas, theaters, swimming pools, gyms, spas and discos, conferences and congresses, as well as for attending concerts. and indoor sporting events.
The permit obligation expires on April 1 on buses and subways, where however Italians will have to continue to wear the Ffp2 mask. On non-regional aircraft, ships, ferries and trains, the basic permit will be required by 30 April.
As for vaccines, on June 15 the obligation for school staff, for the military or for police officers will be reduced. On this date, according to the Italian press, the obligation to vaccinate for persons over 50 years of age is shrinking, which will remain in force until the end of the year only for health personnel, while the system of marking colored regions is also disappearing.