MICAM Milano 93: Covid-19 New Dispositions and Exemptions
Admission to trade fairs, hotels and restaurants
In view of the regulations recently approved by the Italian government in its February 2, 2022 Ministerial Decree, these services are available to all operators (exhibitors, visitors, installers, suppliers) in possession of a Super Green Pass, a document attesting to one of the following conditions:
– proof of vaccination (in the 6 preceding months) with an EMA-authorised COVID-19 vaccine (1 dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, 2 doses for the other vaccines);
– proof of recovery from COVID-19 in the 6 months prior to accessing the trade show;
NB: under the above-mentioned decree, in the two cases reported below, exclusively for foreign visitors, access is conditional upon presentation of certification of a negative result from a rapid antigen test or molecular test (PCR), which is valid for 48 h (antigen test) or 72 h (PCR test):
– certification of vaccination recognised as equivalent or authorised by the Italian authorities more than 6 months ago
– certification of vaccination not recognised as equivalent or authorised by the Italian authorities (in English) – such as Sputnik, Sinovac or others. (for more detailed information please, click here)
All these certification documents must be in Italian or English.
Inside the halls and in all enclosed spaces it will be necessary to wear FFP2 masks.
Click here to download Fiera Milano’s anti-Covid19 protocol.
A Swab Hub is available at the SOUTH GATE of the exhibition centre.
This service is subject to payment and will be available for the entire duration of the event.
from 8am to 1pm and from 2pm to 4pm
Cost of the swabs:
– Rapid antigen: € 25.00
– PCR: € 85.00 (result in 48h)
– PCR FAST: € 140.00 (swab by 09:00 and result in 12h)
Entry into Italy
Starting from March 1 also non-European citizens can enter in Italy by showing their “Green pass” certification related to one of the following conditions:
– valid proof of vaccination with an EMA-authorised COVID-19 vaccine
– proof of recovery from COVID-19 in the 6 months prior to accessing the trade show
- negative result from a rapid antigen test or molecular test (PCR), which is valid for 48 h (antigen test) or 72 h (PCR test)
Therefore, the “120 hours” exemption for non-European citizens is not valid anymore, as fiduciary isolation is no more required.
Note that operators travelling to Italy from abroad must fill in an online Digital European Passenger Locator Form (dPLF)
The principal official website providing information for travellers entering Italy is: