Starting from Aug 6th, a new state regulation will be applied for entering public areas.

In public amenities like

  • swimming pools
  • libraries
  • museums
  • archeological sites

people without "green pass" certification (which certify he/her has been vaccinated or tested C19 negative) will be denied admission by law.

For other facilities/leisures like associations and foundations it is up to management apply such access criteria.

How to tag these cases?

  • access=greenpass/green_pass
  • access:greenpass/green_pass=yes
  • [...]

asked 05 Aug '21, 13:34

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Since this is a fairly new topic and potentially controversial I believe it is beyond the scope of this help site. Please take your question to the tagging mailing list. Maybe it has even already been discussed there.

(05 Aug '21, 13:54) TZorn

Cannot find "green pass" nor "greenpass" in tagging ML; thanks for suggestion, message sent. https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/tagging/2021-August/062160.html

(06 Aug '21, 08:06) Cascafico

There is a well-established protocol of using keys with *:covid19 added for potentially short-lived covid pandemic related features.

If it is deemed appropriate to tag such things (one may be able to simply identify them by POI type) I would recommend such an approach. There are already over 6000 instances of access:covid19, most with yes as a value. For a green pass I would suggest possibly something like permit as the value.

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answered 06 Aug '21, 18:21

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Now the same criteria goes for selected cities in Brazil and some other places, so is using access:covid19 still the recommendation?

(08 Sep '21, 22:30) pedroasmribeiro
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