Pass on the bus? “Good”. “No, I change country” – Chronicle

Pass on the bus? “Good”. “No, I change country” – Chronicle
Pass on the bus? “Good”. “No, I change country” – Chronicle

With the entry into play of the Super Green pass – presented last Wednesday by President Draghi – there will be fewer and fewer places accessible even to unvaccinated people. A real squeeze to all those who have not yet inoculated anti-Covid serum. Among the main innovations of the new decree, attention is paid to the extension of the obligation of a “simple green pass” – which provides for a negative swab, vaccine or recovery from Covid – also on means of transport. From 6 December to 15 January, therefore, …

With the entry into play of the Super Green pass – presented last Wednesday by President Draghi – there will be fewer and fewer places accessible even to unvaccinated people. A real squeeze to all those who have not yet inoculated anti-Covid serum.

Among the main innovations of the new decree, attention is paid to the extension of the obligation of a “simple green pass” – which provides for a negative swab, vaccine or recovery from Covid – also on means of transport. From 6 December to 15 January, therefore, in addition to the Intercity, Intercity Night, High-speed trains and buses with a route that connects more than two regions, the obligation of green certification will also be introduced to local public transport, therefore including the regional trains and buses in the area.

More provisions are now expected to understand how passenger Green Passes will actually be checked. “We still have to wait for more directives from the Unions – explained the drivers -, we do not know who will check the travelers’ Green passes, perhaps some random checks or an employee present in every bus or coach, it would be too complicated for us to scan the Greens pass of each passenger, would slow down the transit of the lines “.

Among the opinions of travelers, who are always divided on the subject, there are the two students Francesca Cardini and Maria Chiara dal Pozzo, both with Green pass, who affirm: “We take the train every weekend, it is clear always being in contact with many people prefer that they are protected as much as we do. We have a community to save, the pandemic has taught us that. If this is the only way to get the last remaining vaccinated, so be it “.

Among those who are about to enter the regional for Rimini there is also a girl who feels she has to take a more drastic decision: “I will be forced to move abroad if these directives continue in Italy. I’m not No-vax, I simply have doubts about it. this vaccine and I see that the restrictions are becoming too stringent. There is no more freedom and I wish a change of course “.

And even the student Matteo Ferri affirms that he finds in the new decree a “model that is too restrictive in relation to some aspects of people’s daily life”. Ferri, although vaccinated, explains: “It seems exaggerated to extend the obligation of the Green pass to every aspect of social life, from work to transport. I think it was necessary to give more breath to citizens, not forgetting that the first article of our constitution is based precisely on people’s right to work “.

Giorgia Monticelli

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