Green pass covid in Italy, countdown to the new rules that will come into force from next Monday 6 December and until 15 January, with stricter measures by decree for no vax also for buses and metro. Among the substantial differences, in fact, the ‘basic’ green certificate will be mandatory – which is obtained with the anti Covid vaccine, healing from the disease, but also with a simple negative swab – to enter the subway, get on buses and take regional trains.
The only exemptions will concern subjects under the age of 12 and subjects exempt from the vaccination campaign. To travel locally, therefore, you do not need the Super green pass, neither during the holidays (i.e. from 6 December to 15 January, the period during which the Green Pass is also required, also strengthened in the white area for services such as the cinema and the restaurant) nor subsequently.
Green pass always and still mandatory also with regard to medium and long distance vehicles (airplanes, ships, Intercity and High Speed trains, cable cars, cable cars, ski lifts). The simple Green Certification is therefore sufficient for the entire railway network and for public transport. The exception is the case of the lifts on the ski slopes: in the white and yellow areas they require the simple Green Pass, in the orange area the Super Green Pass.