How Italy’s covid-19 ‘Green Pass’ works and how to obtain it.
The ‘Green Pass’ certificate is designed to facilitate travel, allow people to participate in large events, and provide visiting access to nursing homes.
To claim the Green Pass, it is necessary to provide at least one of the following: vaccination certification, details showing that you have recovered from covid-19, or a recent test with negative results.
It will also be possible to obtain a paper copy of the certificate by requesting it from your doctor, pediatrician, or pharmacy, using your tessera sanitaria health card.
Italy’s Green Pass comes ahead of the EU Digital COVID Certificate (EUDCC), which will allow free travel across the European Union from 1 July.
However, the Green Pass:
- will not be mandatory as a travel document; in fact, they have aborted it for privacy concerns.
- will not be required at the borders.
- it will not be required in hotels, clubs, and tourist facilities
The Certificazione Verde, there is a call center, tel. 800 91 24 91 (open daily 08.00-20.00) and an email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
ON THE “GAZZETTA UFFICIALE,” THERE IS A STOP TO THE GREEN PASS BY THE GUARANTOR OF PRIVACY.
Not only is it not mandatory, but those who request it are subject to a CRIMINAL REPORT, see website.