Green Pass

Starting from 1/09/2021 all university students must have the COVID-19 Green Pass certificate in order to attend lessons in person.

In any case, students are required to use masks while they attend lessons in presence and they must respect the safety distance of 1 meter from one another. Also, students with a temperature equal or higher than 37,5 ° are not allowed to access any university building.

Further info here and here.

How can I obtain the Green Pass certificate?

In one of the following ways:

  1. By getting vaccinated (even one jab is enough) with one of the COVID-19 vaccines approved by the European Medicine Agency. Those are: Vaxzevria/Astrazeneca, Pfizer/Bionetech, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson; further info here
  2. By testing negative to a molecular or antigenic test in the last 48 hours
  3. By getting recovered from COVID-19 in the last six months

What’s the procedure to obtain the Green Pass certificate?

Please visit the website of the Italian Ministry of Health here

What if I cannot get the COVID-19 vaccine?

People who for certified medical reasons cannot get the COVID-19 vaccine have the chance to request an exemption certificate. Please refer to the Health district Office in Pisa to know how you can obtain this kind of certificate. Their email is

For general info about COVID-19 in Italy please see here

What if I have a Green pass obtained abroad?

You can use a Green Pass obtained in the following countries:

  • EU and the Schengen Area countries
  • San Marino and Vatican (for vaccine only on the basis of EMA approved vaccines, except for derogation for citizens of San Marino vaccinated with Sputnik, until 15 October 2021)
  • Canada, Japan, Israel, United Kingdom (European territories), USA: these Green Passes are not verifiable through the “VerificationC19” app.

How can I obtain an italian Green pass if I got vaccinated wih an EMA approved vaccine abroad?

Please contact the Health district Office in Pisa at