Italy has ready measures that will not allow unvaccinated people in bars, buses and in any populated place
Italy is tightening measures against Covid and this time the classification will be done not by areas, but by vaccinated and unvaccinated.
From Monday, July 26, you will need the "Green Pass", which proves that you have received at least one dose of anti-Covid vaccine, to enter restaurants in the interior.
From September onwards, however, the rules will become even more restrictive: The vaccination passport will also be required for boarding buses and subways, for sports and disco activities.
One option that is on the table is making tampons free for those who have just taken one dose and are waiting to get the second.
The extension of the state of emergency is expected to remain until October 31.
Italy can not experience a second wave like last year.