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Information for International Students in Trento
The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Italian Health Ministry are updating policies as the COVID situation continues to improve. However, certain requirements related to travel may remain in place. Please refer to the following information for more details.
Arriving to Italy from Abroad
For other updates on travel to and from Italy, visit the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs travel web site.
Measures in Place Throughout Italy and in the Province of Trentino
From 1 May to 15 June 2022, FFP2 face masks are required for indoor venues such as sports events, theaters, concerts, cinemas, large group gatherings and other similar activities. It is strongly recommended to wear a face mask in other indoor areas, such as supermarkets, restaurants, bars, offices, stores, outdoor sports events and large group gatherings.
Starting on 1 May 2022, throughout Italy the Green Pass system will no longer be in use, except for those visiting hospitals and retirement homes who will still be required to show a Super Green Pass.
- For more details on policies implemented by the Italian government at the national level check the Italian Health Ministry's FAQ page.
Regulations on Campus at UniTrento
Until 15 June 2022, face masks are to be worn indoors at all times.
Social distancing practices remain in place.
Reservations are required to eat at university restaurants using the Opera4U App. For more information see the Opera Canteens web page.
- University lectures and exams will be held with students physically present in the classroom with the potential implementation of certain safety measures if necessary. For updated information students should consult their Department's web page and the UniTrento COVID-19 web site
Call 1500 or 800.867.388 (toll free numbers) if you have a persistent cough, a constantly high temperature or other potential COVID symptoms.