Friday October 15 the obligation to show the Green pass for all employees in the public and private sectors. Some exponents of the League they ask the government to intervene to prevent chaos in the workplace that day. On social media, the secretary of the Carroccio Matteo Salvini writes: “Extending the minimum duration of the Green pass from 48 to 72 hours is possible, indeed a duty and foreseen by Europe. Avoiding chaos, lockdowns and layoffs on October 15 is key“.
And of the same opinion is one of the weighty governors of the League, Massimiliano Fedriga, president of Friuli-Venezia Giulia and president of the Conference of the Regions. At the conference table, scheduled for October 13, Fedriga would like to propose the reorganization of the Green pass issuing system after the execution of tampons, extending the validity times (currently 48 hours with rapid test and 72 hours with molecular) and giving companies the possibility of organizing themselves to perform the tests, with the support of pharmacies. “The government must intervene promptly, to allow companies to organize themselves. We cannot penalize companies in this fundamental phase of recovery“, he said in an interview with Press Fedriga. Also because time is running out and “we must hurry, because October 15th has arrived and companies cannot organize themselves overnight. And in many cases, think for example of local public transport drivers, they cannot afford to leave workers at home, because they don’t know how to replace them.“.
The pressures of the League are becoming more insistent. And also the strongman of the party in the North-East, the president of the Veneto Luca Zaia, pointed out on Republic the need to amend the decree: “There will be chaos in companies on October 15, because we won’t be able to offer all unvaccinated people a tampon every 48 hours. It is not a question of contesting the Green pass, but of looking reality in the face: most of these 590 thousand unvaccinated will probably never get vaccinated, and besides, there is a quota of skeptics in all countries for any vaccination.“. For this, he adds, one should”allow you to do the DIY tests in companies, with the supervision of companies. Nasal swabs are certified and widespread all over the world. In this case, the checks would be carried out directly in the company“. Also because, Zaia poses the problem,”as an administrator I am obliged to face reality. What will these 590,000 unprotected do? Will they be out of work?“.
She also spoke on the Green pass issue Come on Italy, which re-launched the proposal to introduce the vaccination obligation. The blue group leader in the Senate, Anna Maria Bernini, highlighted the importance for the government to evaluate “very seriously the opportunity to introduce thevaccination obligation, because there is no risk of compromising public health on the one hand and economic recovery on the other. We have always considered it an extreme measure, which now needs to be taken seriously. The Green Pass proved to be the key to getting out of the pandemic“. Unfortunately, Bernini concludes,”millions of the working age group are unvaccinated and now risk creating chaos in companies due to the abnormal number of tampons needed“.