Travelling from the U.S. to Italia….green pass?

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Date added: 17 September 2021

I have regularly travelled to Italia, but COVID stopped me. I am planning a trip in November to Italia. I have the Moderna vaccine (plus a 3rd booster shot) and am COVID negative. I have the U.S. vaccination card issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC). It is a paper copy…not digital.

I have read that some readers have successfully applied for and gotten the Italian Green Pass. I was able to download the “IO, l’app dei servizi pubblici” onto my American Samsung S10e. I am not sure if (and how) I can proceed with the process of getting an “SPID” or “CIE”.

Are there any Americans who have tried this and were successful in getting an Italian Green Pass?

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  1. Our family of 4 (age 18 to 61) plan to travel to north Italy this December. We have checked multiple websites to make sure we understand what is required, but we are still not 100% not sure.

    We are vaccinated with 2 doses in Canada with digital and paper receipts, and will soon have the Government-issued QR code. Will that be adequate as vaccination proof or do we still need to get other certification?

    Our other question is – since we will travel from Milan to Bolzano, then to Venice. Would we require any additional documentation to take public transportation between the locations?

    The pre-travel test requirements and the Passenger Locator Form are quite clear.

    Any advice or clarification will be much appreciated!

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