LIVE COVID-19 – D’Amato: “No chaos on the Green Pass”. Rome, 12 arrests after the anti-Green Pass demonstration. Singapore reopens to nine countries, including Italy

The Civil Protection has disclosed the data relating to the last 24 hours. They have been identified 2,748 new COVID-19 positives its 344.969 processed swabs. I am 46 the victims. The positivity rate is at0,8%. will provide you LIVE with the latest news.

12:08 – “There is no chaos on the Green Pass. In Lazio, 90% of the adult population has completed the vaccination process. Many have acted with a great sense of responsibility: companies are organized, and citizens are aware and informed. Now is the time for concreteness to safely support the restart. ”This was stated by the councilor for health of the Lazio Region, Alessio D’Amato.

11:29 – “We are ready for an exceptional effort to increase the supply of tampons performed by Italian pharmacies and carry out tens of thousands of extra tampons”. So to ANSA the national president of Federfarma, Marco Cossolo who reaffirms the full collaboration of the Italian pharmacy network with the initiatives decided in agreement with the Ministry of Health, the Commissioner structure and the Italian regions.

10:58 – “I would like it to be clear that if someone has thought of intimidating us, of frightening us, of making us shut up, they must know that the CGIL, the workers’ movement are the ones that have defeated fascism in this country, have regained democracy: not they intimidate us, they don’t scare us “. The leader of the CGIL said so Maurizio Landini at the general assembly of the union.

10:35 – “Demonstrating is one thing; attacking the police, attacking the headquarters of a union, trying to reach Palazzo Chigi is something else. In some protests against the green pass I also see a lot of exploitation. There is no room for the violent, the answer it will be uncompromising. Solidarity with the police and the CGIL “. Like this Mariastella Gelmini, Minister for Regional Affairs and Autonomies, in an interview with The Corriere della Sera. “The tension is calmed only with the correct information: convincing the skeptics remains the main road”.

10:12 – Arrested during the night 12 people involved in yesterday’s clashes a Roma. Among them the leaders of Forza Nuova. It is learned from police sources.

09:49 – According to the ISS, a person over 60 – compared to a fully immunized person – risks 12 times more death, 10 times more hospitalization and 5 times more infection. Meanwhile, Italy has reached 77% of the population over 12 vaccinated with at least one dose and the EMA continues to evaluate new drugs

09:29 – The Ministry of Health has given the green light to the administration of boosters to frail subjects and the over 60s. Italy had already started with injections of additional doses on over 80 and immunosuppressed people.

09:00 – Singapore prepares to welcome travelers from nine countries, including Italy, without the obligation of quarantine upon arrival, as long as they are vaccinated against the coronavirus: premier Lee Hsien Loong announced this, underlining that it is time to press on the accelerator of the “coexistence strategy with COVID-19 “. It reports the Bbc. The premier explained that the so-called travel corridors with Germany and Brunei for vaccinated people introduced last month have worked and therefore will be extended to a first group of eight countries from 13 October and to South Korea from November. In addition to Italy, the first group includes Canada, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, Spain, the United States and the United Kingdom.

08:40 – All offices open and a garrison in front of the National CGIL. This is how the union decided to respond to neo-fascists and no-vax, the day after the assault on the Rome office on the sidelines of a demonstration against the green pass. Furthermore, CGIL, CISL and UIL announced a demonstration on October 16 in the capital.

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