Outdoor masks in some parts of Rome from December 4, 2021

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Masks must now be worn in all outdoor and indoor spaces throughout Italy. Entry to many places is dependent on having a ‘Super Green Pass‘, or equivalent vaccination certificate. Learn more about the Green Pass and how to get one >

From the first minute of Saturday, 4th December until midnight on the 31st December 2021, masks must be worn outdoors in the following streets of Rome’s historic center:

Via del Corso
Via di Ripetta
Via del Babuino
Piazza di San Lorenzo in Lucina
Piazza del Parlamento
Pialla San Silvestro
Largo Chigi
Largo Carlo Goldoni
Piazza di Spagna
Piazza del Popolo
Via della Croce
Via dei Condotti
Via Borgignona
Via Frattina

And in the following shopping streets:

Via Cola di Rienzo
Via Marcantonio Colonna
Via Fabio Massimo
Piazza Cola di Rienzo
Via Ottaviano
Viale Giulio Cesare
Via Candia
Viale Libia

Masks must also be worn in other crowded outdoor areas including markets, exhibitions, and other outdoor Christmas events.

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