Getting a QR code for recovery of children for Super Green Pass

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Getting a QR code for recovery of children for Super Green Pass

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D kenworthy posted 06-Jan

We are booked to go skiing in Italy during half term, but due to the fact both our children have covid at the moment they won't be able to get there second jab before going away. Italy needs proof of recovery to get a Super Green Pass and on the UK government website it states that you will need a QR code to prove this. It doesn't seem like the NHS provide one for 12-15 year olds. Does anyone know how to get hold of one or if they will accept proof of a positive PCR test??

SwingBeep
reply to 'Getting a QR code for recovery of children for Super Green Pass'
posted 06-Jan

At the moment and until at least 31st Jan. it looks like people traveling from the UK can only enter Italy if they are fully vaccinated.

"present the COVID-19 Green Certificate, or equivalent certificate, certifying the completion of the vaccination cycle to the transport operator at the time of boarding and to anyone appointed to carry out the checks".

https://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/dettaglioContenutiNuovoCoronavirus.jsp?lingua=english&id=5412&area=nuovoCoronavirus&menu=vuoto&tab=4

Edit: date for end of state of emergency (31st Mar.) given instead of ordinance expiry date, 31st Jan. :oops:
Edited 1 time. Last update at 06-Jan-2022

D kenworthy
reply to 'Getting a QR code for recovery of children for Super Green Pass'
posted 06-Jan

You can still enter Italy, and you can get a Super Green Pass if you have recovered. It's what you need to do to prove it which is the problem

Huevohombre
reply to 'Getting a QR code for recovery of children for Super Green Pass'
posted 06-Jan

I have been told to contact the Italian Embassy in London to get confirmation of what they accept as 'proof' of recovery without a QR code. I will post again, if I get a reply?

SwingBeep
reply to 'Getting a QR code for recovery of children for Super Green Pass'
posted 06-Jan

The link above is to the Italian Ministry of Health website, the UK is a List D country you need to be fully vaccinated. Further details can be found on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website https://www.esteri.it/en/ministero/normativaonline/focus-cittadini-italiani-in-rientro-dall-estero-e-cittadini-stranieri-in-italia/ The same information is also to be found on the Italian embassy website https://amblondra.esteri.it/ambasciata_londra/en/ambasciata/ufficio-stampa/news/2020/03/covid-19-avviso-per-i-cittadini.html The rules were changed on 16th Dec., you can now only enter Italy using a recovery certificate without quarantining for 5 days if you are traveling from a List C country.

Huevohombre
reply to 'Getting a QR code for recovery of children for Super Green Pass'
posted 06-Jan

Do children under 18 travelling with fully vaccinated adults not have to quarantine?

SwingBeep
reply to 'Getting a QR code for recovery of children for Super Green Pass'
posted 06-Jan

As far as I can see the only exemptions are for children under 6. You might be able to get some further info via the international numbers for the Ministry of Health hotline.
https://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/dettaglioContenutiNuovoCoronavirus.jsp?lingua=english&id=5374&area=nuovoCoronavirus&menu=vuoto

SwingBeep
reply to 'Getting a QR code for recovery of children for Super Green Pass'
posted 06-Jan

There is some hope, the ordinance governing the decision to put the UK on list D expires on 31st Jan. The date of 31st Mar. I originally posted above is the date on which the current state of emergency is due to end. :oops:

If the Italian government decides put the UK back on List C and does not introduce any further measures your trip might still be able to go ahead, but you may still need to get a recovery certificate. It looks like you can get one via the NHS App but you have to contact your GP surgery first and request access to GP online services for your children. https://www.nhsapp.service.nhs.uk/login If this doesn't work there are online providers who claim to be able to provide a recovery certificate for approx. £150.

The situation in Italy is deteriorating rapidly https://www.covidash.it/ hospitalisations are rising and hospitality businesses are having to close because of staff shortages due to quarantine / isolation. It is difficult to conceive that measures will be relaxed anytime soon. Yesterday they made vaccination compulsory for people aged 50 and over, from 15th Feb. the over 50s won't be allowed to go to work and won't be paid unless they are vaccinated or recovered.

The situation is much the same in Austria and Switzerland, the Austrians introduced further measures today.

Topic last updated on 31-January-2022 at 23:22

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