From Monday to the cinema and theater only with the Super Green Pass

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People in a movie theater during Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. Focus on a millennial couple.

The new rules on the containment of the pandemic contagion, in force since Monday 6 December, as underlined by a note from the Ministry of Culture, are very clear. In museums, archives and libraries, in the white zone and in the yellow zone, the super green pass, that is the certificate of the vaccinated, is not necessary. You will therefore continue to access with the green pass (which also includes the negative swab certificate in the previous 48 hours), in full compliance with the rules and with the obligation to wear a mask.

Unlike the case of cinemas, theaters and concert halls, which will remain open with 100% capacity, where entry will only be possible with the super green pass. Therefore, those who are not vaccinated will not be able to access it.

Girls and children under the age of 12 will continue to have free access to museums, cinemas, theaters, concert halls and entertainment venues.


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