Milan, compulsory green pass to enter museums and exhibitions – Chronicle

Milan, compulsory green pass to enter museums and exhibitions – Chronicle
Milan, compulsory green pass to enter museums and exhibitions – Chronicle

The Municipality of Milan dictates the sul green pass for places of culture. Starting from tomorrow, Friday 6 August, at the entrance of “museums, other institutes and places of culture and exhibitions” in Milan it is necessary to show your valid identity document and, alternatively or the green Covid-19 certification (green pass), proving the inoculation of at least the first Sars-CoV-2 vaccine dose; the certificate attesting the recovery from the Sars-CoV-2 infection (validity 6 months), or the negative result of a molecular or rapid antigen test with the Sars-CoV-2 virus (validity 48 hours).

He gives the news all the same the municipality of Milan, with a press release. The provisions do not apply to children under the age of 12 and to those exempt on the basis of appropriate medical certification, and in all locations access is limited, with the obligation of a mask and after measuring the temperature and hand sanitization, as by legal obligations.

The booking for admission to civic museums (on the museicivicimilano.vivaticket.it website) and exhibitions (online on the websites of each individual exhibition) remains recommended but not mandatory. As for the offices of the library system is always mandatory to make an appointment to access the shelf areas and study and reading stations. In some districts, based on the flow of the public, an appointment may also be requested for the withdrawal of loans, while the restitution is always free.

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