Milan, the great escape of No Green pass drivers: halved in Atm

In the end, the blocking of public transport due to the No Green pass did not occur. Neither in Rome nor in Milan. The threat of the masked strike that seemed to hover over buses, trains and subways after the introduction of the Covid-19 Green Certification has gone into oblivion. On the contrary. With the start of the week, the exact opposite happened in some realities such as the Milanese public transport company. Atm yesterday announced that employees without certification were “less than half of the 272 registered on Friday”, the day the obligation came into force. There are therefore about 140 people who over the weekend decided to undergo the swab to obtain the QR code, according to the Milanese edition of Republic.

“The service – let the company know – continues to be guaranteed and is regular both on the subway and on the surface, thanks to the reorganization of shifts”. Not only. Employees without a Green Pass also decreased in Trenord: yesterday, the newspaper still reports, there were about thirty train drivers and capreno without certification, therefore fewer than 37 on Friday. Here too, the newspaper explains, the suspension of salary for the days in which the employee does not work because without a certificate affects the decision. On the other hand, the absences at Amsa remained stable. “Since the entry into force of the obligation to possess the Green Pass – says the company – the average increase in absences has been less than 5 percent, with no impact on the regularity of services”.

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