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Covid-19: Singapore vaccination certificates recognition – Latest update on 01.05.2022

Updated as of May 1st, 2022

Green Pass or equivalent vaccination certificate is no longer required to access public venues such as bars, restaurants, museums. It remains mandatory to access as visitors to hospitals, emergency rooms, health and social health facilities.

Until May 31, it also continues to make it easier for travelers to enter Italy from any country including Singapore. Download the latest version of your vaccination certificate available on which is equivalent to the Italian Super Green Pass. You can find the QR codes compatible with the European system in the PDF received by email from under ‘Offline QR checking (EU DCC-compatible)’. The latest QR code (Dose 2 if received within 6 months time or Dose 3-booster) must be shown to the person in charge of verification when boarding the flight.

Current measures in Italy

From May 1st to June 15th, it remains mandatory to wear FFP2 masks on public transports, for shows open to the public that take place indoors in theatres, concert halls, cinemas, entertainment venues and live music as well as for sports events and competitions that take place indoor.

  • Vaccination certificates issued following the completion of the vaccination cycle (2 doses) and recovery certificates, have a validity of six (6) months, as established in art. 3 of Law Decree no. 221 of 24 December 2021 or unlimited for who has received the booster shot (with vaccines approved by EMA)

Entry into Italy for travelers vaccinated with vaccines NOT recognized by the EMA (such as Sinovac/Sinopharm):

Entry is Allowed by presenting a certificate of the negative PCR test in clinics recognized by the Government of Singapore and conducted  within the seventy-two (72) hours before entry into Italy or of a negative ART test conducted within the forty-eight (48) hours before entry into Italy.

USEFUL INFORMATION for those who are vaccinated with vaccines NOT recognized by the EMA (art. 3 of the Decree Law of 4 February 2022 n. 5 and subsequent ordinances):

For more details, it is recommended to complete the informational questionnaire by clicking HERE. 

Additional information:

Click here to read the latest update on Anti-SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19 booster shot: indications for the booster dose in individuals vaccinated abroad with a vaccine not authorized by EMA (European Medical Agency).