Italy bans unvaccinated from public transit, hotels, outdoor dining

Italy bans unvaccinated from public transit, hotels, outdoor dining


Italy on Monday barred the unvaccinated from a host of everyday activities, including hotels, restaurants and even public transportation unless able to prove they recently recovered from infection.

The strict rules require those who want to enter the venues or use public transportation to show their so-called Super Green Pass to certify that they have been vaccinated against the virus.

The restrictions extend to both indoor and outdoor restaurants and cafes, as well as ski lifts, resorts, gyms and all public transportation, including local buses.

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Only those who have recently recovered are exempted from the rule, though it’s unclear how much time would have to pass for them to no longer have sufficient protection.

Until this week, citizens had been required to show

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