Under the new regulations, people Italy There will be no need for a Green Card, a certificate that shows that a person has been vaccinated COVID-19have recovered from illness or tested negative in 48-72 hours, to eat and drink at restaurants or to go to gyms, sporting events, nightclubs and conventions.
People in Italy are no longer required to wear the mask when entering government offices, shops, banks, post offices, restaurants and most offices, although masks are still recommended.
However, according to the latest regulations, people are still required to wear masks in certain enclosed spaces, including on long-distance and local public transport, theaters and cinemas until 15/05. 6 and in school until the end of the school year.
People still need to have a super green card, certifying that a person has been vaccinated or has recovered from COVID-19, to be admitted to hospitals and nursing homes until the end of 2022.
According to official statistics, about 84% of the Italian population has received a full dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, while more than 65% of the population has received a third booster. Meanwhile, 34.3% of children aged 5-11 have received the full dose of vaccine.
People in Italy will not need to present a digital certificate of vaccination against COVID-191. (Photo: AP)
Across Europe, COVID-19 restrictions have been gradually lifted. According to The Guardian (UK), in Germany, most of the pandemic control measures have been lifted since March 20. The mandatory mask wearing will only be applied when using public transport, going to hospitals, nursing homes and will no longer be effective when people go to other locations such as shops, schools, restaurants. .
In France, most COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted since March 14, including the requirement to wear masks indoors, except on public transport. Residents must present a “vaccine passport” or proof of recovery when visiting these locations.
In Spain, people are still required to wear masks in schools, restaurants, on public transport and other indoor spaces.
The Greek civil aviation authority on May 1 announced the lifting of restrictions on domestic and international flights, before the start of the summer tourist season, which is expected to revive revenue after the pandemic. COVID-19. To fly to and from Greece, travelers were previously required to present a certificate of vaccination against COVID-19 or to have tested negative for the SARS-CoV-2 virus. From May 1, passengers and crew will only need to wear masks.
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