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Italy scraps Covid pass and could remove other restrictions at end of month

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Italy no longer requires visitors to use a Covid pass to visit restaurants and hotels, but tourists still need one at the moment to enter the country without isolating.

The relaxation of some of the rules should make life a little easier for people planning their summer holidays. The Italian Government chose to extend restrictions requiring tourists from the UK to use a Green Pass to enter Italy without having to isolate for five days.

To get a Green Pass, people must be either fully vaccinated, have recovered from Covid in the past six months, or provide a negative PCR or lateral flow test result.

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