Standards to follow for the prevention of COVID 19 for all those over 12 years old
In Rome to access museums, concert halls, the stadium, to eat inside restaurants and cafes, you must:
– submit to a mandatory temperature control;
– have your own mask and wear it;New
– have a passport or identity card with you;
– present either a proof of complete vaccination, proof of first vaccination administered at least 15 days ago, proof of a COVID-19 infection during the last 6 months, or a negative test (PCR or antigen) carried out at most 48 hours before the start of the activity.
In Rome a very large number of pharmacies carry out the rapid test.
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