Friuli-Venezia Giulia has entered the yellow zone and the mayor of Trieste Roberto Dipiazza says he is “furious” with “that scum”, referring precisely to “to no-vax and dockersAnd their manifestations of the past few weeks. “I never imagined seeing certain scenes in my city,” says the mayor in an interview with La Repubblica. Now some events scheduled in Trieste that would have brought visitors have been skipped, says Dipiazza, who denounces: «They have done harm to our city». The problem is not so much the yellow zone. “We risk becoming an orange zone or, even worse, a red zone – explains the mayor -. When we are forced to close all businesses around Christmas, perhaps No Vax will be happy ». Even “the people of Trieste are angry”, notes the mayor. Protesters of the mattresses in Unity of Italy Square “They have created economic damage, they have contributed to spreading the infection”, reports Dipiazza, who reproaches the government “with only one thing: not having made the vaccine mandatory”.
The first day in the yellow zone
Few outdoor masks, meanwhile, this morning in Pordenone at the debut of the yellow zone, while there are no problems whatsoever for the Super Green pass paper: it is the situation in the city in the first hours of application of the legislation that the Fvg anticipated by a week compared to the rest of the nation. What stands out immediately is there very little application of the obligation to wear a mask: in the historic center – where the shops are closed for weekly shifts – people walk around without wearing it e no control, for the moment. The truly sporadic presence of people, however, avoids the risk of crowding. The merchants of the city do not complain of inconvenience: regular customers show the paper Green Pass. «However, many have forgotten to print it – some bartenders report -, but they show it on their Smartphone and we trust that it is the one generated by vaccination. After all, in these first hours we have not had checks and we hope that there will be a respite for some time, given that the novelty has not yet been internalized ». The Pordenone Calcio, which tomorrow evening hosts Alessandria for the Serie B match in Lignano, has launched an appeal to the fans of both teams: «Come with the paper Green pass – exhorted the club – to be able to enter the stadium regularly. No exceptions will be allowed ». Considering the turnout of less than a thousand spectators in the previous matches, no more than 500 fans are expected for the midweek round, a circumstance that will facilitate the control of the documentation.
There is calm but confusion about the directions to follow in the bars and cafes of Trieste, where, as in the rest of Friuli Venezia Giulia from today in the yellow zone, the new rules of the Super Green Pass and related controls are in force. “We noticed a lot of confusion among customers, who did not know what they had to show – say the employees of a local in the center – For example, a group of three people was asked to eat outside because they only had the QR code and not the paper sheet. certifying vaccination “. In another bar the patrons proved to be “in order, they occupied three tables and all three were minutes of paper green pass: we do not ask at the counter because it is not yet clear whether it is necessary or not”. At the Cafè James Joyce, further clarifications are awaited: “If we have to ask for the green card at the counter too, it will be a problem: for now, however, no mistake”. At the counter, in fact, for the moment there seems to be the possibility even for non-vaccinated people to be able to consume. From this point of view, indications from the Government would be expected. Among the spaces open to the public that remain under the aegis of the basic green pass, that is also to the tested and not only to the vaccinated and recovered, there are the gyms. “We continue to do the checks – they say in a Crossfit center – Moreover, since the introduction of the obligation of the green card we have not encountered any problems with a decrease in customers”.
The citizens of Udine are loyal to the application of the Super Green pass: this is what emerges from the results of the checks by the Provincial Command of the Carabinieri, as part of the activities aimed at stemming the spread of the epidemic from Covid-19 on the first day of entry in force of the reinforced Green pass. Out of 215 people and 54, including controlled public and commercial establishments, no violations of the law were found. The checks concerned the possession of the Green pass, the use of the mask and interpersonal distancing. “The result – points out the Provincial Command of the Arma – is the sign of the great respect and sensitivity shown by the Friulian people”. The checks will obviously continue in the next few days.