The Green pass no longer required to enter Italy

June 2022

Airplane - end of covid emergency

From June 1st, those entering Italy are no longer required to prove that they are vaccinated or have a negative test result.

From June 1st, 2022, with the end of the state of emergency and the beginning of the summer season, foreign tourists are no longer required to show their covid certificate or their negative test result.
This was announced by the Minister of Health Roberto Speranza, dropping the last entry rules restricting tourists coming from abroad.

Until June 15th, however, it is still mandatory to wear face masks in cinemas and theaters, on local and long-distance public transport, and in schools.

The basic Green Pass is still mandatory for those traveling to Germany, France, Spain, and Portugal.