What other government restrictions are in place throughout Italy?
In order to limit the spread of COVID-19 in Italy, the country continues to enforce rules and regulations.
This includes the mandatory use of masks in all outdoor spaces and in all indoor public spaces where social spaces cannot be used.
Children under the age of six are exempted from wearing a mask.
We must respect the standard of social space and “avoid” meetings.
As of August 6, a “Green Certification” is required in many public places, including bars, restaurants, galleries, gyms, swimming pools, spas, fairs and large gatherings.
From September 1, the Green Certificate must be used to access two planes, intercity and high-speed trains, boats, ferries, and buses connecting two or more regions.
The FCDO warns: “UK vaccination registration will be accepted for access to transport, leisure and hospitality facilities.”
The Travel Commission warns that these terms may change at ‘short notice’ in the UK.
He explains: “It is highly recommended that you visit the websites of the areas you are traveling to to get the most up-to-date information. You should also pay more attention to local codes.
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