Coronavirus – Italy: Vaccination certificate mandatory for workers

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From Friday, October 15, at Italy becomes mandatory “green fold» vaccinated, for all employees in the private and public sector, as well as for those who are self-employed. It’s all about 21 million citizens, according to the response of RES EIA from the neighboring country.

The measure will remain in force until December 31st, when his government Mario Draghi will decide whether to extend its validity.

According to the press, if the cases coronavirus remain at a relatively reassuring level, the areas of mandatory green pass implementation next year could be reduced. In the meantime, however, whoever does not have the “fold”, in order to enter the workplace, will have to do, at his own expense, quick test for coronavirus detection every two days.

Anyone who does not want to comply, will cease temporarily from his job, although he will not be able to be fired.

But they are not missing problems and reactions, as broadcast by ΑΠΕ ΜΠΕ. The dock workers of Trieste announced that the day after tomorrow they will go down to strike, because they do not agree with this measure. It is estimated that about 40% of the port workers in this Italian city have not been vaccinated and do not have the necessary “pass”.

In order not to block the commercial sector of the port, the Italian Ministry of Interior announced that it intends to offer free fast test.

However, the largest dockers’ union did not accept the proposal and insists in the vertical rejection of the green pass.

At the same time, a similar attitude has been adopted by some of their colleagues in Genoa and in Joya Tauro of Calabria.

According to the Italian newspaper La Repubblica, it is urgent to find one solution, in order to be able to continue the unloading of goods in all ports of the country and not to cause tensions on the first day of implementation of this measure.

It is pointed out that in Italy, on 4.704.318 confirmed coronavirus cases have been reported 131.384 deaths due to Covid-19, according to data obtained this afternoon from the website worldometers.info.

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