Finally, Italy no longer asks tourists for the greenpass

As of June 1, Italy has abolished all prior COVID entry rules for international travelers. Like many other European nations, the country has been steadily opening up over the past few months, dropping the requirement for arrivals to complete an EU digital passenger locator form (dPLF) on May 1. As per a reopening decree announced in March - when the country also ended its ‘state of emergency’ - Green Passes and


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