Also boys over 12 who will get on public transport must have the Green pass. The basic one that can be obtained with a molecular buffer valid for 72 hours or an antigenic one that ensures coverage for 48 hours. The government’s decision on the requirement of basic certification therefore concerns middle and high school pupils who travel by bus, tram, metro and local trains. Children over 12 still not vaccinated are about 30% of the total audience made up of 4,627,514 aged 12 to 19. The hypothesis being studied is that of free tampons provided by pharmacies and regional health facilities, as well as that of one derogation until the Christmas holidays.
“A child cannot book the vaccine administration before that has turned 12 years old, however, it happens that for those who were born in December, between the interval from booking to administration and that for having the Green pass, spend many days and may not be able to celebrate Christmas with parents at a restaurant, for example. What I imagine the government will do – said the president of the Fvg Region and the Regions Conference, Massimiliano Fedriga – and I have already discussed this, it is an interpretation according to which there is a technical time to reserve and make the vaccine“. “The situation is special and no one doubts it. But on school public transport – said the president of the Province of Trento, Maurizio Fugatti – we asked for a derogation at least until the end of the lessons for the Christmas holidays. We are dealing with the government, for us the exception is valid “. “The free tampon is being studied for the younger ones. But in the meantime, having introduced the obligation of a green pass for local public transport, completing the safety chain without interrupting mobility, is an important fact ”, says in an interview with Corriere della Sera, the Minister of Public Administration Renato Brunetta. For Brunetta “the reinforced green pass is our safety. The vast majority of Italians have chosen to get vaccinated and the last Japanese left to demonstrate in some corner of the Italian square are chased from the contempt of the people, from the cold and from loneliness”Says in an interview with Corriere della Sera, the Minister of Public Administration Renato Brunetta. For Brunetta, “the strategy is to go above 90% of vaccinated people with two doses, to limit the number of unvaccinated people as much as possible and, for those who do not immunize, introduce the restrictions of the new decree“.
The controllers will have to check on board the green passes of the passengers as they are in charge of a public service, despite the resistance of the trade unions, requesting the intervention of the police if necessary. In Rome there will also be blitzes by the police on vehicles, in addition to checks at the stops, with small groups composed of two people “in itinerant form”. In Milan there will be “side by side teams” of company officers and police forces at the entrances. But the controls, the head of the interior cabinet Bruno Frattasi also specified, they must have no consequences on the service and problems of public order must be avoided.
Support ilfattoquotidiano.it: never as in this moment do we need you
In these difficult and extraordinary times, it is essential to guarantee quality information. For us at ilfattoquotidiano.it the only masters are the readers. Unlike others, we want to offer journalism that is open to all, without paywalls. Your contribution is essential to enable us to do this. Become a supporter too