The government of Italy has banned unvaccinated people from riding public transport, outdoor dining, going to sports centers, and several other activities until March 31, 2022, at the very least.
The Italian government has started imposing more restrictions on the unvaccinated this week. It now requires people to have the country’s “Super Green Pass” health passport if they want to access public transportation. These are only given to fully vaccinated individuals or people who have recovered from the coronavirus. Regular Green Pass holders, on the other hand, are unvaccinated people who temporarily qualify to a few exemptions by presenting a negative COVID-19 test.
On Monday, all modes of public transportation at the local or regional level have started requiring the Super Green Pass. They will also require this until at least March 31, 2022, under the new restrictions prescribed by the government. Also, passengers will need to wear FFP2 masks, according to Il Giornale.
Residents will also need to show their Super Green Pass for outdoor dining at establishments like restaurants and bars. It is also needed for sports and recreational centers, including gyms and swimming pools.
For people who want to book a hotel in the said country, they will also need to present the Super Green Pass. The said health pass is also required at all attractions, theaters, museums, cultural venues, and more.
Italy’s Super Green Pass was only introduced back in November. It was originally released for only a few select activities and venues which are deemed to be a higher risk of spreading the coronavirus.
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