“The Green pass for me, but also for other technicians, remains a political maneuver to induce” anti-Covid “vaccination rather than going through explanation, persuasion” and possibly the obligation to vaccinate. “The government probably does not want to take responsibility for the obligation, at least for the weaker groups” still not affected by the imposition, “and is resorting to the way of making life impossible for the unvaccinated through the Green pass”. Maria Maria Rita Gismondo, director of the Laboratory of clinical microbiology, virology and diagnostics of bio-emergencies at the Sacco hospital in Milan, underlines this to Adnkronos Salute, regarding the gradual extension of the application of the certificate.
Already in the aftermath of the declarations with which Prime Minister Mario Draghi had opened to the prospect of making the anti-Covid vaccine mandatory, Gismondo said he was “in agreement”, believing “moreover that it would be more transparent and consistent with respect to the obligation of the Green pass “. The microbiologist had also specified that an eventual obligation should be arranged “exclusively for the over 50”, the age groups that are most at risk in the event of Sars-CoV-2 infection, and “not for people of lesser age”.