What other Covid restrictions are in place across Italy?
In order to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in Italy, the nation continues to enforce rules and restrictions.
These include the mandatory use of masks in all outdoor spaces where social distancing is not possible, and in all indoor public spaces.
Children under the age of six are exempt from wearing a face covering.
Social distancing of one metre must be observed, and gatherings should be “avoided”.
Since August 6, a “green certificate” is required to attend many public spaces including, but not limited to, indoor seating in bars and restaurants, exhibitions, gyms, swimming pools, spas, fairs and large gatherings.
As of September 1, the “green certificate” must also be used to access certain flights, InterCity and high-speed trains, boats, ferries and coaches linking two or more regions.
The FCDO advises: “A UK vaccination record will be accepted to access transport, leisure and hospitality facilities”.
The travel authority also warns Britons these rules could change “at short notice”.
It explains: “You are strongly advised to consult the websites for the regions in which you are travelling for the latest information. You should also pay close attention to local signage.”
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