06 Oct 2021

Useful information about COVID-19

Decree-Law no 173 - 5 October 2021

UPDATE - The new decree 173 is in force until 12 November 2021.

Can I come to San Marino from Italy?
At the moment it is possible from all so-called yellow and white regions.

Is self-certification necessary?
From the yellow and white zones it is not necessary.

Are museums, restaurants, shops and hotels open?
Museums are open, as are restaurants and shops. In museums the use of a mask is prescribed. There are no time restrictions (but those on returning to Italy are still valid).
It is possible to stay in San Marino hotels. Book here

Can I come to San Marino from abroad?
For those who come from countries other than Italy and the Vatican City, or who have stayed outside these two countries in the previous 14 days, entry is allowed upon presentation:
A) of a a specific certificate of anti-SARS-CoV-2 vaccination or possession of antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 carried out after 1 April, or a certificate of successful recovery from SARS-CoV-2 within the previous 6 months. This certificate can be both in paper form and in electronic format;
B) of a special certificate certifying the negativity to the coronavirus, by subjecting it to a molecular or antigenic swab no later than 48 hours before entry and in any case in accordance with the health protocols in force in the Republic of San Marino.

Any molecular swab carried out in the 48 hours prior to entry into the territory of the Italian Republic for those who do not fall within the case referred to in letter A) is considered valid.

What restrictions are in force?
Among others:
- Gatherings are forbidden. A gathering is considered to be a group of more than twenty people where it is not possible to maintain a safety distance of at least one meter.
- The use of the mask, outdoors and indoors, is highly recommended. The owners of closed premises open to the public have the right to request the use of protection devices within their premises
- Parties and events, which include dancing, can be held with access limitation to vaccinated participants only as well as to those who have carried out a molecular or antigenic test with negative results in the previous 48 hours

Decree 173
vaccination health card


Information for tourists and frontier workers
Interforce Operations Centre
T +378 (0549) 888888

Health information
T +378 (0549) 994001 (open everyday from 8.00 to 18.00)

Information for assistance to San Marino citizens in the phases of return from risk areas and departure towards risk areas
Department of Foreign Affairs
T +378 (0549) 882337