Procedures and steps to be taken 

 

Green Pass update
 

As of 1 June 2022, the obligation to present the Covid-19 Green Certification (Green pass) for the purpose of entry into Italy from abroad has been terminated.  
You should also check the rules of the country of destination for passengers leaving Italy. The relevant checks are carried out by the airline upon boarding.  

It is recommended to consult the institutional website of the Ministry of Health - Covid-19 Travellers or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Viaggiare sicuri, for updates on the measures in place and the procedures required by the countries of destination

Information on the COVID-19 Green Certification can be found on the dedicated Italian portal: https://www.dgc.gov.it/web and, at the European level, on the European Commission's website EU Digital COVID Certificate: | European Commission (europa.eu).

 

Use of masks - update

 

As of 16 June 2022, the use of FFP2 face masks is no longer mandatory to board the aircraft. The general recommendation still applies for users of public transport services to wear respiratory protective equipment indoors.
Until 30 September 2022, the use of FFP2 masks is still mandatory for all other public means of transport.


Children under six years of age, people with illnesses or disabilities that are incompatible with the use of a face mask and people who have to communicate in such a way that they cannot use a face mask are exempt from this requirement.


 
 
Procedure in the event of a positive swab result at the airport


As per provision of Lazio Region Protocol No. 365340, in the event of a positive result to the antigenic or molecular swab carried out at the airport and in the absence of a place to comply with the isolation period provided for by current regulations, the Airport Health Authority will arrange a transfer to the Covid Hotel Sheraton Parco de' Medici. The cost of accommodation in a Covid hotel is borne by the person concerned.

 

Rules of conduct on board and at airports

 

The "Guidelines for user information and organisational arrangements to contain the spread of Covid-19 in public transport", adopted by Order of 1 April 2022, accompany the gradual overcoming of the state of emergency by maintaining some necessary indications to prevent the risk of a resurgence of Covid-19 infections.

Having advised passengers not to travel if they have flu symptoms, once you have arrived at the airport, it is recommended that you follow the signs and routes indicated, avoid crowds, sanitise your hands and avoid touching your face during the journey.
 
For further information, please consult the text of the Guidelines on Public Transport, the Covid regulations, the Ministry of Health website and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Viaggiare Sicuri website where you can find updates on countries of destination.

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