Only with super green passport you can still travel through Italy

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Since Monday, the so-called Super Green Pass has been in force in Italy. This makes it almost impossible for even unvaccinated Austrians to enter Italy.

In Italy, first-time vaccinations are increasing as strongly as they last did in the fall. Especially people in middle age and older are getting vaccinated. This has to do with the new vaccination obligation for over 50-year-olds, as the government in Rome explains, as the newspaper “Süddeutsche Zeitung” writes. The special commissioner for Italy’s mandatory vaccination, General Francesco Paolo Figliuolo, says: “It’s not easy to convince skeptics.”

In a few days, vaccination centers in Italy will even be open overnight. That is, 24 hours, seven days a week. People over 50 will be given priority for vaccination. Italy has become the first major European country to make vaccination mandatory for an age group regardless of occupation. Prime Minister Mario Draghi has justified the move by saying that the aim is to better protect vulnerable age groups and thus relieve the burden on the healthcare system.

The so-called Super Green Pass has been in force in Italy since Monday. This means that only vaccinated people or people who have recently recovered are allowed to use public transportation. No matter whether in the supraregional or in the local traffic. Previously, the normal Green Pass, i.e. 3G, had sufficed.

Now, anyone who wants to travel Italy without a Super Green Pass can only do so in their private vehicle. However, there is one exception: people who live on one of the countless small Italian islands are allowed to use the ferry to reach the mainland. However, the special permit only runs until February 10.

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