Milano Unica February 2022, Super Green Pass required
In compliance with national regulations, Milano Unica is committed to applying all the applicable safety rules to the 34th edition of the event scheduled for February 1 - 2, 2022 at Fiera Milano Rho, from 9.00 am to 6.30 pm, in Halls 12, 16, and 20.
Below are the instructions to access the event, developed in line with the latest recommendations of the health authorities, updated to January 10th, 2022.
To access the trade show it is necessary to show the Super Green Pass: this is only the green Covid-19 certification resulting from vaccination or healing. Therefore, the super Green Pass does not include the result of an antigen or PCR test.
We remind you that it is mandatory to wear FFP2 face masks inside the halls.
Milano Unica will integrate and publish any further and different indications that may be issued at a later date.
Access to Fiera Milano
Access to the exhibition area is subject to Super green pass control at the pedestrian and vehicle access points.
To attend the event for the first time, it is necessary to pre-register.
The access badge will be sent in digital format to regular customers before the opening of the trade show. It is not necessary to request accreditation.
Visitor badges are valid for one day only. However, it will be possible to request a two-day badge, subject to availability.
Access to the event is restricted to digital badge holders for the days selected during registration.
Milano Unica recommends that visitors organize their visit by making an appointment with the exhibitors of interest and contacting them directly before the event.
In compliance with privacy rules, the attendance register will be kept for a period of 14 days.
Access to Milano Unica
Compliance with the social distancing requirements is absolutely compatible with the dimensions of the exhibition areas. This will allow us to welcome the usual number of buyers and visitors.
To streamline entrance procedures, we need your collaboration. For this reason, we recommend that you keep your badge and your Super green pass in easy reach and show them on a digital device (smartphone, tablet), always wear a face mask inside the exhibition grounds.
Non-EU visitors who do not have a Green Pass must show a certificate confirming that they have received one of the five types of vaccine currently accepted by the EMA: Pfizer, Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Novavax.
The certificate must be written in two languages, one of which must be English.
For more information visit the Government website at this link.
The validity of the certificate shall correspond to the period specified on the certificate by the issuing country. Access to the trade show cannot be granted in the case in which the certificate does not contain any indication about the period of validity.
Access to the booths
As usual, visitors will have an opportunity to visit the exhibitors' booths and see the new collections in person. Visitors must always wear a FFP2 mask and sanitize their hands before entering a booth.
The collections can be viewed and touched in full tranquility after sanitizing hands.
All services necessary for the normal operation of the event are guaranteed.
The checkrooms will be operational as usual, and clothing and personal items will be placed in special garment bags.
Information materials may be made available in digital format or, in the case of printed materials, will be available to visitors in self-service mode.
Covid swab hub
A swab service dedicated to exhibitors and visitors who need a test result before traveling will be available at the trade show during the days of the event. More information in this article.
A negative swab shall in no case replace the Super Green Pass, which is necessary to access the trade show.
Cleaning and Hygiene
In collaboration with Fiera Milano, cleaning activities will be intensified.
Frequent cleansing of all surfaces of most frequent contact will be guaranteed and distributors of sanitizing gel will be set up along the exhibition route.
Please check the latest measures adopted by the government for travellers entering Italy