Steelworks of Italy, the investee company of ArcelorMittal e Invitalia, will pay the swab to about 1,600 employees not vaccinated in the establishment of Taranto. An operation that from 15 October, the day on which the obligation to Green pass for all workers, until the end of the year it will cost approx one million euros to the company, according to what he writes The morning.
Steelworks of Italy, the metalworking unions say, “will take care of unvaccinated workers who will be able to swab from Monday to Saturday from 8 to 20 and Sunday from 9 to 14 in Pharmacy Clemente “” in Tamburi district, with which one was signed convention.
Fiom, Uilm e The end they explained that the appointment “must be communicated in advance by e-mail or switchboard”. The request to ‘support’ the cost of tests for the workers it had been advanced in recent days by the workers’ representatives. The unions explain that Acciaierie d’Italia has also announced that those with the Green pass will have “regular access through a reserved passage “ while for all those who have the provisional certificate thanks to the execution of the swab “they will enter from another passage”.
In recent days, although there was already an agreement on the tests, the metalworkers had asked for a meeting with prefect of Taranto since the news was filtered that the company invested in the 50% by the state had sent a communication to workers without a green pass ordering the Cigo and the deactivation of the badge. News that had been strongly denied by the company that had defined them as “false and groundless”.