In the face of the COVID-19 crisis, we must act collectively throughout Europe, in a spirit of solidarity that must be expressed at all levels. The safety of all delegates is our number one concern. We would like to give you an update on the situation in Italy and we will update the page on a regular basis.
As of 1 June 2022, the Green Pass or other equivalent certification is no longer required for entry or re-entry into Italy.
COVID-19 restrictive measures for arrivals from abroad are no longer in force.
In Italy, some containment measures – such as the use of masks under specific circumstances – shall remain in force.
For further information, see ViaggiareSicuri detailed information page and the Ministry of Health dedicated website.
Anyone who intends to travel abroad, regardless of the destination and the reasons of the journey, must bear in mind that travelling in this period may involve a health risk.
It is therefore recommended to carefully plan the journey in detail, to consider the possibility of spending an additional period abroad and to take out health insurance that also covers risks associated with COVID-19.
Mask wearing is encouraged, but not required.
Be respectful of individual preferences and decisions concerning mask wearing.