The green certification COVID-19 or “Green Pass”, as we have explained here, allows access to events, facilities and other public places in Italy and facilitates travel in Europe.
It is a certification in digital and printable format, issued by the national platform of the Ministry of Health, and contains a QR Code that allows you to verify its authenticity and validity.
The certification in question is required in Italy in order to take part in civil and religious ceremonies, to access nursing homes or other facilities, to move in and out of territories classified as “red zone” or “orange zone”.
From August 6, it will also be used to access any type of indoor table service, shows, sports events and competitions, museums, institutes and places of culture, swimming pools, gyms, wellness centers, fairs, festivals, conferences and congresses, spas, theme and amusement parks, cultural and recreational centers, gambling halls and casinos, public competitions.
As we explained here, you can view, download and print the Certificate through the dedicated website, or by downloading the Immuni app or the IO app.
From the IO app it’s very easy to save the QR CODE of the Green Pass.
If you already have the Green Pass, it appears in apps like Immuni and IO. However, you can save the green certificate on the Apple Wallet app in iOS and easily have it handy in case of an audit. You can basically add it to the credit cards and boarding passes section, allowing you to quickly access the view without having to search through captured screens and without having to open Immuni or IO every time.
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How to add Green Pass to iOS Wallet
By going to this address you can add the European COVID digital certificate directly into the iOS Wallet app. Simply (from your iPhone) go to the CovidPass service site; you’ll be prompted to scan the certificate’s QR code or select a screen shot (a screenshot) or PDF page with the QR code (which you’ve previously saved to your camera roll via the Immuni app or from the IO app).
You can call up the Wallet from the Wallet app on the iPhone but also from the Apple Watch app.
Green Pass in the Apple Watch
The reported service is secure and open source (available on GitHub). The generation of the screen with the Green Pass takes place directly on the smartphone locally and not on the Internet, on the cloud or particular servers, and no data is then sent to third parties.
As an alternative to Apple’s Wallet you can use StoCard, an app for collecting loyalty cards, cards and other documents.
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At this address, directions to the free iPhone and Android apps that retailers and other businesses can use to verify green passes.
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