Vaccines approved for Italy Tour

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As you know, about 2 years have passed since the coronavirus epidemic, but this unique virus continues to invade power and kill thousands of people every day. About a year and a half of tourist trips to different parts of the world were canceled, but eventually many countries opened their borders to tourists, including Italy.

Vaccines approved for Italy

At the beginning of the Corona outbreak, Italy was one of the countries with the highest number of infected people and many people lost their lives every day; In fact, the country was in a terrible crisis that was difficult to get out of. Therefore, the Italian authorities have taken more measures to keep the people of this country safe so that they can control the situation a little. About 12 million people in Italy have been infected with Corona so far, of which about 135,000 have been infected in the past 24 hours. With these interpretations, tourists who have been vaccinated three times and have a green certificate can travel to Italy. But what are the approved vaccines for traveling to Italy?

Which vaccine should we get to travel to Italy?

Vaccines approved for travel to Italy

According to information released by the Italian Ministry of Health, the vaccines are approved by the country and are approved by the European Medicines Agency or EMA. Since the European Pharmacopoeia Agency has approved only 4 vaccines, tourists planning to travel to Italy must inject one of the 4 vaccines Astrazenka, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna , and Pfizer. Please note that your vaccination certificate for travel to Italy must be in one of the languages ​​Spanish, Italian, English or French. It is interesting to know that Americans are the second group that travels to Italy the most, on the other hand, the rate of infection in the United States is very high, so it can be said that one of the reasons for the high rate of infection in Italy is the presence of tourists. It was American, but now all tourists must take a corona test before arriving in Italy and submit it up to 48 hours before the trip.

The best corona vaccine

In general, the vaccines approved by the Iranian high-traffic country are as follows:

Armenia: Sinofarm, Pfizer, Sinovak, Moderna, Asterzenka, Sputnik

Turkey: Asterzenka, Pfizer, Sinofarm, Moderna, Sputnik, Johnson, Sinovak

Canada: Asterzenka, Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson, Sinofarm, Sinovac, Kovacsin

UAE: Asterzenka, Pfizer, Moderna, Asterzenka, Johnson, Sinofarm, Sinovak, Sputnik, Koishild, Kovacsin

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Where can I get a vaccination card to travel to Italy?

If you are planning to travel soon, you can visit the vcr.salamat.gov.ir website to receive a digital bilingual corona vaccine card.

Do children have to have a vaccination card when traveling to Italy?

People over the age of 12 do not need a vaccination card anywhere in the world, and Italy is no exception.

Do we have to have a negative P.C.R test to return to Iran?

To return to Iran, a negative PCR test is required for people over 12 years old.

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