I am eying a trip to San Marino, but I can't parse the COVID Requirements of San Marino

The Foreign Ministry site is unhelpful, the UK FCO has contradicting information and my goverment doesn't have advice for San Marino

I am fully vaccinated (3 doses) with EMA vaccine, so would I need a test to enter San Marino?

  • Assume that if you fulfill the conditions for Italy, you will be fine in San Marino. The site states: 'Please note that NO country is currently included in this list.' that require a test, so no test is required Jun 26 at 19:21

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There are currently no covid related entry restrictions neither for San Marino nor for Italy (which you have to pass through to get to San Marino).

I am going there next week myself and verified this just a few days ago.

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    Theoretically, the OP could use their own plane to fly into Torraccia thus entering San Marino without passing through Italy (except by airspace).
    – gerrit
    Jun 27 at 13:11

I was there 3 weeks ago. At no point was I asked to, or even given the opportunity to, document my COVID status. I stayed at hotel, went to a restaurant, and attended a sporting event.

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