Italy - current division into color zones

 

Italy continues to be divided into four color zones depending on the development of the epidemiological situation in the regions. The color division into zones is determined by a decree of the Ministry of Health and is regularly (weekly) revised. An overview of the main restrictions in each zone can be found in the table below:

 

Activity

White zone

Yellow zone

Orange zone

Red zone

Cinemas, theaters, museums, sports grounds Super Green Pass Super Green Pass Super Green Pass closed
Hotels and ski resorts Green Pass Green Pass Super Green Pass closed
Indoors - restrictions face mask or FFP2 face mask or FFP2 face mask or FFP2 face mask or FFP2
Outdoor spaces - restrictions

min. 1m distance from other persons otherwise mandatory face mask or FFP2

face mask or FFP2

face mask or FFP2

face mask or FFP2

Restrictions on outdoor movement without any restrictions without any restrictions

Super Green pass otherwise allowed only movement within the municipality / city and only for serious reasons (school, work, necessary reasons, etc.)

interdict on movement outside the residence, except for serious reasons (school, work, necessary reasons, etc.)

 

The Autonomous Provinces of Bolzano (Alto Adige) and the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region are moving with effect from 6 December. remains in the yellow zone, where stricter rules apply, such as respiratory protection and outdoors. The other regions in northern Italy, Lombardy, Piedmont, Veneto, Liguria, Trentino-Alto Adige and Valle d'Aosta, remain in the so-called white zone, where only minimal measures apply.

Zone

Region included on 21.12.2021

Red no area
Orange no area
Yellow

Calabria

Friuli Venezia Giulia

Liguria

Marche

Veneto

le Province autonome di Trento e di Bolzano

White the remaining areas of Italy not listed above

For detailed restrictions in the individual color zones of Italy, see this link

 

Super Green Pass Italy

Since December 6, 2021, new rules have been in force in Italy, which introduce the so-called enhanced green certificate "Super Green Pass", where most services remain accessible only to the vaccinated and recovered. Unlike the Green Pass, there is no possibility of proving infectivity in the form of a covid test. Ski resorts are an exception!

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