RULES ABOUT COVID-19 VENETO REGION (YELLOW ZONE)
We inform you that from 10.01.2022, with Decree-Law No. 1 of 7 January 2022, new COVID-19 containment measures will come into force and will be valid until 31.3.2022:
From January 10th, you must be in possession of a Super Green Pass for:
- boarding trains, buses, subways and all other ways of transport
- travel by plane with domestic flights
- use the stand up service at the bar
- eating at the restaurants, also outdoors
- access to hotels (including in-house restaurants), wellness centres and spas (except for essential levels of care and rehabilitation or therapeutic activities)
- access to swimming pools, sports centres and gyms (outdoor)
- access to ski facilities
- visit museums and exhibitions
- access to theme and amusement parks
- participate in parties, festivals and access to cultural and recreational centres, even outdoors
- access to gaming rooms, betting rooms, bingo rooms and casinos
From January 20th, you must be in possession of a Green Pass Base or Super for:
- access to hairdresser salons or barber shops
- access to beauty centres
- access to shopping centres
From February 1st, you must be in possession of a Green Pass Base or Super for:
- enter shops and stores (except grocery stores, pharmacies and tobacco shops)
- access to local services such as public offices, postal services, banking and financial services and commercial activities
From February 10th, you must be in possession of a Super Green Pass for:
- access to public transport to and from the smaller islands
Until the end of the state of emergency, 31 March 2022, FFP2 masks must be used for outdoor and indoor performances in theatres, concert halls, cinemas, entertainment venues and live music venues (and similar venues), for indoor or outdoor sports events and competitions. on all ways of long-distance transport, airplanes, ships, trains; on all ways of public transport, buses, trams and subways.
We inform our customers that starting from 6 December 2021, with the introduction of the decree-law of 26 November 2021, n. 172, the super green pass (or reinforced green pass) is activated.
The basic green pass indicates the COVID-19 green certification certifying the successful vaccination against Sars-Cov-2, the recovery from the Covid-19 infection or the carrying out of a rapid or molecular antigen test.
By super green pass, on the other hand, it means the COVID-19 green certification certifying the successful vaccination against Sars-Cov-2 or recovery from the Covid-19 infection. The super green pass does not therefore include carrying out a rapid or molecular antigen test.
Even in cases where the super green pass is required, exemptions apply for children under 12 and for those who have appropriate medical certification.
As required by the national Decree of 23rd July 2021, no. 105, from 6th August 2021, it is mandatory to have the COVID-19 EU Digital Covid Certificate in order to access the following activities:
- Bars, restaurants and other food&beverage related services, when the food and drinks are consumed indoor seated at the table
- Shows open to the public, sporting events and competitions
- Museums, other institutes and places of culture and exhibitions
- Swimming pools, swimming centers, gyms, sports played in team, wellness centers, accommodation facilities, limited to indoor activities
- Festivals and fairs, conferences and congresses
- Thermal centers
- Theme and amusement parks
- Cultural centers, social and recreational centers, limited to indoor activities (excluding educational centers for children, summer centers and related catering activities)
- Activity of gaming & betting rooms, bingo halls and casinos
- Healthcare and nursing homes
The GREEN PASS (also called EU Digital Covid Certificate) is a digital and printable (paper) certification, which contains a two-dimensional barcode (QR Code) and a qualified electronic seal. In Italy, it is issued only through the national platform of the Ministry of Health.
The Certification attests one of the following conditions:
- have had the anti COVID-19 vaccination (in Italy it is issued both at the first dose and at the completion of the vaccination cycle)
- be negative on the rapid molecular or antigenic test within the last 48 hours
- be healed of COVID-19 in the past six months
It is not required:
- to children excluded by age from the vaccination campaign (certification in Italy is mandatory from 12 years old);
- to subjects exempt on the basis of eligible medical certification.
For citizens of NON-EU countries, according to the circular of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, vaccination certificates are also valid as long as they are written in one of the following languages: Italian, English, French, Spanish.
To verify the latest Covid-19 measures in force in Italy, please visit the Official Government Page.