Arena di Verona
From 6 December 2021, pursuant to Decree Law 172 of 26 November 2021,
access to the performances of the Fondazione Arena di Verona will be allowed
only to spectators with a Covid-19 green certificate of vaccination or recovery (Super Green Pass or enhanced Green Pass).
You can get the Green Pass with:
- A dose of Covid-19 vaccine
- The completed Covid-19 vaccination course
- Certificate certifying that you have been healed from Covid-19 in the last 6 months
Children under the age of 12 and those who have a suitable medical certification issued according to the criteria defined in the circular of the Ministry of Health are exempt from the obligation of the Green Pass.
Fondazione Arena di Verona has organized the verification service of individual Green Passes at the entrances to the Arena to facilitate access as much as possible and avoid crowds.
However, to allow the verification services to be carried out in time for the start of the show, the public must arrive at the entrances of the Arena corresponding to the admission ticket well in advance (at least 90 minutes before the start of the show). The gates open at 6.30 p.m.
Verification of the Green Pass will make it essential to ascertain the individual identity of the relative holder.
The presentation of the entrance ticket and the Green Pass will be considered as tacit consent to the verification of individual identity by the staff of the Arena di Verona Foundation.
Those who arrive late at the Arena or without the Green Pass will not be admitted inside the Arena without the right to a refund of the admission ticket.
According to the circular of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, vaccination certificates are also valid for citizens of NON-EU countries as long as they are written in one of the following languages: Italian, English, French, Spanish.
If the certificate was not issued in one of the four languages indicated, it must be accompanied by a sworn translation. The vaccines currently accepted in Italy and authorized by EMA are:
- Comirnaty (Pfizer-BioNtech);
- Spikevax (Modern);
- Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca);
- Janssen (Johnson & Johnson).
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Access is prohibited to people with influenza symptoms or respiratory difficulties, those subject to quarantine restrictions, have tested positive for the virus or who
Have come into contact in the last 14 days with people who tested positive.
Your body temperature may be measured, and admittance refused in the event of it exceeding 37.5 °c.
If you feel unwell during the event, avoid coming into contact with other spectators and inform our staff members.
All spectators must wear ffp2 face masks from theall spectators must wear face masks from the entrance until they reach their seats and every time they leave them, including when they leave after the event. masks must be worn throughout the spectator's stay in the amphitheatre, during the performance and when queuing.
Avoid gatherings and always maintain a distance of at least 1 metre from other people, including when queuing.
Parents and/or accompanying spectators are advised to keep a close watch on children, to ensure they respect interpersonal distancing.
Always maintain a physical distance of at least 1 metre distance from other people. interpersonal distancing is not compulsory for members of the same family, domestic partners or persons who, according to current provisions, are not subject to said provisions. this aspect regards individual responsibility.
Main recommendations for respiratory hygiene:
- wear a face mask according to the instructions received.
- sneeze and cough into your elbow.
- do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth with your hands.
- avoid drinking from the same bottle or glass as other people.
Other health recommendations:
- wash your hands frequently.
- access to toilets is permitted only if respecting the theatre’s instructions.
- products for hand hygiene are available at the entrances and in the theatre.
- follow the instructions of the signage at and in the theatre.
- follow the directions given by p.a. announcements.
- appointed staff members have the job of monitoring and ensuring the respect of prevention measures.