AGI – Today is the day when the government will give the green pass line, which from tomorrow will become mandatory for some indoor activities. During the day, the control room with the leaders of the CTS, Franco Locatelli and Silvio Brusaferro, together with the heads of the party delegations, will be held at Palazzo Chigi. Then the ball will pass to the Cabinet, whose purpose is to develop a new decree with the rules on the green certificate. Among the thorniest issues, the compulsory vaccination of school staff to guarantee the school a restart in presence and safety.
Yesterday the national platform-DGC for the issue of COVID-19 green certifications, registered 61 million green certifications issued since its inception, with almost 48.3 million of these already downloaded by citizens through the various channels.
COVID-19 Green Certification is required for participate in parties for civil and religious ceremonies, access nursing homes or other facilities, move in and out of territories classified in “red zone” or “orange zone”.
From tomorrow it will be the only pass to access the following activities: catering services provided by any establishment for consumption at the table, indoors; shows open to the public, sporting events and competitions; museums, other institutes and places of culture and exhibitions; swimming pools, swimming centers, gyms, team sports, wellness centers, even within accommodation facilities, limited to indoor activities; festivals and fairs, conferences and congresses; spas, theme and amusement parks; cultural centers, social and recreational centers, limited to indoor activities and with the exception of educational centers for children, including summer centers, and related catering activities; gaming rooms, betting rooms, bingo halls and casinos; public competitions.
Certification must certify that you have had at least one dose of vaccine or have tested negative for a molecular or rapid swab in the previous 48 hours or have been cured of COVID-19 in the previous six months.
Certification is not required for children excluded by age from the vaccination campaign and to exempt subjects on the basis of appropriate medical certification.