🌎 / San Marino

Up-to-date info COVID-19 travel restrictions. Quarantine conditions, entry requrements, list of approved vaccines and etc., help you make decisions about future trips in 2022.
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🦠 San Marino COVID-19 travel requirements

While the country has seen multiple waves of COVID-19 cases, most sanitary measures have been relaxed.

😷 Mask wearing - Yes

Face masks must be worn on public transport and in indoor spaces, as well as crowded outdoor areas.

🚎 Transport banned - No

San Marino has no major transit hub of its own and reaching the microstate entails transit from Italy.

📃 Declaration documnents - Yes

Travellers must send proof of full vaccination or recovery from COVID-19 by email to laboratorioanalisi@pec.sm or laboratorio.analisi@iss.sm to be exempt from testing. Both paper and electronic certificates will be accepted.

🛂 Entry - No

While the country's land borders are open, most travellers must present a COVID-19 certificate. Travel restrictions imposed by Italy also limit entry to San Marino.


While the country's land borders are open, most travellers must present a COVID-19 certificate. Travel restrictions imposed by Italy also limit entry to San Marino.

Border ban

🚊 Land border - Open

✅ Disease testing required - Yes

Before travel

Arriving travellers who stayed in a country other than Italy or Vatican City in the last 14 days must present proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative molecular or antigenic swab test result for COVID-19 issued no longer than 48 hours before entry. The documentation can be sent by email to LABAanalysis@pec.sm.

Sammarinese nationals and residents who arrive without COVID-19 documentation must be tested within 48 hours after arrival.


Before travel



Test type

PCR, Antigen

Validity period


📱 Tracing applicaiton required - No

There is no national contact tracing app.

🌐 Quarantine modality

Some travellers


Arriving travellers who test positive for COVID-19 will be required to self-quarantine.

💉 Qualified vaccines in San Marino

Pfizer - 14 days after second dose.

Vaxzevria - 14 days after second dose.

Johnson & Johnson - 14 days after first dose.

Moderna - 14 days after second dose.

Nuvaxovid (Novavax) - 14 days after second dose.

Immunity through previous infection - positive test older than 14 days, not older than 6 months.

📈 Disease statistics

Risk level: High; Rate: 2737,06; Level: Extreme. Source:

🤚 Area restrictions


Measures restricting large events and private gatherings are in effect. Cultural venues and indoor sportive events are limited to 80 percent capacity.

Covid Pass is required for some domestic activities: A COVID-19 certificate must be presented to attend large events and enter indoor venues where distancing cannot be guaranteed, as well as to access public and private healthcare facilities.

Covid Pass availability: The EUDCC and other proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative test for COVID-19 will be accepted. The negative test result must have been obtained from a PCR test within 72 hours or an antigen test within 48 hours.

⚠ Current covid restrictions in San Marino

🧒 Schools closing – Recomended
🏢 Workplace closing – Recommended
🥳 Public events – Recommended cancellations
🍻 Public gathering – gatherings of less than 10 people
🏡 Stay at home – No measures
😷 Face covering – Required in all shared/public spaces outside the home with other people present or all situations when social distancing not possible
🚌 Public transport – No measures
✈ Internal movement – No measures
🗺 International travel control – Screening
🧪 PCR testing – Open public testing (e.g “drive through” testing available to asymptomatic people)
💉 Vaccination policy – Universal availability