Red or orange zone, “with the Green pass Italy regions remain open”

Red or orange zone, “with the Green pass Italy regions remain open”
Red or orange zone, “with the Green pass Italy regions remain open”

With the Green pass Italy, and in the event of a return of the regions in the red or orange zone due to the increase in coronavirus infections, the activities can still remain open. To say it, guest last night of Stasera Italia on Rete4, Massimiliano Fedriga, president of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region and of the Conference of the Regions.

“The Green Pass – he explained – is an opening tool: now we have new tools and with the Green Pass, even if there will be regions in orange or red, the activities can remain open. We are thus certain that there is no risk of closing again. “.

“There is a document signed by our governors with Salvini: it is the address that the secretary himself gave to the party. However, we cannot think – added Fedriga – of turning the country into an arena. I think we do damage to the country if we think that anyone who does not want the Green Pass is a Nazi. We cannot fight gangs. Politics cannot create a fratricidal struggle in our population. We must silence fake vaccine news that are indecent. The pandemic is won if the institutions move together with the citizens “.

“Salvini does not support the conference that was held in the Senate on home care, those are lies. You cannot cure Covid with drugs that the EMA and the FDA have said not to use. Saying it is serious. it would be hospitalizations if they are treated at home regardless, it is not true. At present we do not have drugs to treat Covid. There are hospitalizations: the problem is not only for those who get Covid but for all the other diseases that do not find a prompt response from our health service. It is a lie to say that with home therapies you can solve everything in a few days: unfortunately someone goes to the hospital “, concluded Fedriga.


Red orange zone Green pass Italy regions remain open

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