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INPS: new instructions on the “Greenpass50+” service

Categories: DLP Insights, Practice | Tag: INPS, Greenpass50+

02 Mar 2022

With its message no. 721 of 14 February 2022, Inps has provided instructions and clarifications about the “Greenpass50+” service features to verify the possession and validity of the green certification of workers aged 50 years or older.

Since last 15 February and until 15 June, the legislature has imposed compulsory vaccination for those aged 50 years or older. This requirement means that workers over 50 must possess and present, where required, the “reinforced Green Pass” (Covid-19 green certification from vaccination or recovery) to access the workplace.

The Institute clarified that in compliance with legislature requirements, “Greeenpass50 +” can provide the positive or negative outcome of the certification verification considering the age requirement.

The message stated that “the “reinforced” green-pass (from vaccination or recovery), for workers over 50, is verified, while for others, the “basic” green-pass (from vaccination, recovery or negative swab)” is verified.

The service is accessible on the Institute’s website:

  • by using the search function where you type “GreenPass50+”;
  • by following, alternatively, one of the following paths:
    • “Benefits and Services” > “Services”, in the alphabetical list of services under the letter “G”; “Services”, in the alphabetical list of services under the letter “G”;
    • “Benefits and Services” > “Benefits”, in the benefit sheet “Access to services for companies and consultants”, in the alphabetical list under the letter “A”.

The service is reserved only for public or private employers or their intermediaries, while those in charge of verification can access with SPID/CIE/CNS and select the “citizen profile“.

The Institute identifies employees for private sector employers based on the reports transmitted through the Uniemens flows.


INPS recalled that those who have been identified as those in charge of verifications must take care to select only those workers “on duty, who must access workplaces” […] “exclusively for the selected positions”, without considering absent workers or those who are under smart working.

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