What information is in Green Boss?
The Green Pass contains only the required information from name to date of birth. It states that the person who issued the certificate and the personal identifier of the certificate. The type of vaccine and the manufacturer, the number of doses obtained, and the date of vaccination are indicated. For those undergoing molecular or antigenic testing, the test type, date and time, location and end are indicated. From Covit-19 to the Certificate of Cure, the date of the positive test result and the period of validity are indicated.
Which vaccines are accepted?
For now, there are four vaccines approved for use by Ema, the European pharmaceutical company and the Italian pharmaceutical company IFA. These are AstraZeneca’s VaxVerea vaccine, Moderna, Pfizer-Bioendech’s Cominati and Johnson vaccine (Johnson & Johnson). Those who have been vaccinated with the first dose of AstraZeneca and the second dose of another vaccine approved by the EMA will still get the green pass.
What is the certificate used for?
In all countries of the European Union and the Schengen area, the Green Pass is used to travel freely, without being isolated. In Italy it is also used to attend post-festival receptions and private banquets. Nursing homes can also be accessed through certification. The EU has asked for the extension of green certification to concerts and ceremonies, entering theaters or restaurants in other contexts.
What is the difference between an EU document and an Italian document?
In fact, the National Green Pass and the European Digital Green Certificate are different but similar tools. The National Certificate is in effect for the European one from 1 July 2021. The QR code allows you to verify the authenticity and validity of the document. Thanks to the document, Italian citizens are free to spend their holidays or travel to all EU countries or the Schengen area without being subject to isolation or other restrictions.
What are the duties of minors?
Kids can get the Green Pass. The EMA has given the green light to children between the ages of 12 and 15 to use the Bioentech Pfizer vaccine. Children may also receive a test or cure certificate. Children under the age of 6 are also exempt from testing. However, those 6 years of age and older will need to wipe with a cloth to get the pass.