Italy announces drastic rules for unvaccinated people!
To reduce the increased risk of new coronavirus infections, Italian authorities have announced that stricter rules will apply from the first week of December. On November 24, the Italian Council of Ministers approved a decree at the proposal of President Mario Draghi and Health Minister Roberto Speranza.
According to a press release issued by the Italian authorities, unvaccinated and non-vaccinated people will no longer have access to public places and will no longer be able to participate in public activities such as bars, restaurants, theaters, cinemas, clubs, sporting events. , concerts, gyms.
“Starting with December 6, 2021, the new Green Pass is introduced; which will be valid only in the case of persons immunized by the vaccine or who have passed the disease ", explained the Italian government.
Previously, unvaccinated and non-vaccinated Italian citizens, as well as foreigners, could attend different places only by presenting a negative COVID-19 test performed within 48 hours. From December 6, the testing rule will no longer exist!
In addition, people who have a recent negative test for coronavirus will no longer be allowed to use public transportation since December 6. Previously, this rule applied only to those who travel by long-distance train and domestic flights.
In addition to the new measures announced, the authorities have announced that vaccination will become mandatory for other categories of employees, such as those in education, the army and the police. Until now, vaccination was mandatory only in the field of health.