Mario Draghi signed today the Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers (Dpcm) which defines the modalities of release of the digital green certificates COVID-19, better known as Green Pass.
What is the Green Pass?
It is a digital and printable certification issued by the national platform of the Ministry of Health, which contains a QR Code to verify authenticity and validity
The Green Pass COOVID-19 may be required to participate in public events, to access health care residences (RSA) or other facilities, to move in and out of territories classified in
From 1 July, the Italian COVID-19 Green Certification will be valid as EU digital COVID certified, i.e. it will ensure the full interoperability of digital certifications of all EU countries will make it easier to travel to and from all EU and Schengen countries
The European Regulation on Green Certification COVID-19 • EU digital COVID certified, was approved on 9 June 2021 by the European Parliament, and provides that EU States may not impose additional travel restrictions on holders of certificates • such as quarantine,
The European Commission has created a common technical platform, which has been active since 1 June 2021, to ensure that certificates issued by European States can be verified throughout the EU.
The Certification will remain in force for one year from 1 July 2021.