The countdown is over: from today it will no longer be possible to plan any movement between one region and another without having the Green pass with you.
The green certificate – which certifies the completion of the vaccination cycle, the recovery from the Covid-19 infection in the previous six months or the negative result of the molecular or rapid swab in the previous 48 hours – is currently not mandatory for local public transport, both in the regions in the white zone and in the yellow zone, but it will be for those who want to embark on buses, trains, ships and ferries used for interregional transport services.
Passengers on buses used for passenger transport services on a route connecting more than two regions will therefore also have to show it. It will then be mandatory on buses used for rental services with driver, with the exception of those used in additional local and regional public transport services.
Certification will be required in all regions of Italy, regardless of the band to which they belong, therefore also in the white areas.
As regards, however, the maximum capacity allowed for local buses and trains will be equal to 80% of the total number of seats available, the mask always remaining mandatory.
The obligation of the Covid-19 Green Certification does not apply to children under 12, excluded by age from the vaccination campaign, and to subjects exempt from vaccination for health reasons, on the basis of appropriate medical certification.