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Italy banned the unvaccinated from nearly everywhere

The Italian government announced on Friday that proof of at least one dose of vaccine, a negative coronavirus test or recent recovery from COVID-19 will be required nearly everyplace

An airport in Olbia, Italy, on Aug. 4. Photo: Emanuele Perrone/Getty Images

The Italian government announced that to access indoor dining, theaters, swimming pools, gyms, museums and other facilities proof of at least one dose of vaccine, a negative coronavirus test or recent recovery from COVID-19 will be required

Mario Draghi administration also announced that a Green Pass — a digital or paper certificate — will also be required to board long-distance transportation between regions, according to Reuters.

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