Italian Decrees Relevant Requirements
Italy's new coronavirus decree provides a roadmap for a gradual "re-opening" of the country. The new decree is effective May 18 and valid until July 31.
A ban on movement around the country comes to an end with no travel restrictions between lower-risk yellow zones and the introduction of a “Green Pass” allowing people to travel between all of Italy's 20 regions. The Green Pass, valid for six months, can be obtained by those who have recovered from COVID-19 or who have been vaccinated against it. Those who present a negative test will be issued with a 48-hour certificate for regional travel. Until now, travel to and from red and orange regions was only permitted for reasons of work or health, or emergencies.
The Italian health ministry issued an ordinance regarding the wear of a mask to cover mouth and nose throughout the country.
Starting June 28, in white zone regions (all of Italy is currently white) masks are no longer required outdoors. The ordinance is valid until July 30.
You still need a mask with you.
Masks must still be worn when distance cannot be maintained, at gatherings and crowded areas, at outdoor spaces of health facilities and when near people who have impaired function of their immune system. And you still need one inside, stores etc.