Compulsory health pass in Italy from August 6

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The Health Pass, also known as the “Green Pass” on the peninsula, can be given from the first dose of vaccination, as well as to people who have recovered from the Kovid and who have had a negative test within the last 48 hours.

The government led by Mario Draghi on Thursday evening decided that Italy would introduce a compulsory health pass on August 6 to provide access to closed spaces such as bars and restaurants.

“The Health Pass is a tool to allow Italians to continue their activities with the assurance that they will not find themselves in the midst of an epidemic,” the prime minister told a news conference in Palazzo Chigi, the seat of government in Rome. The Cabinet approved the move.

In addition to bars and restaurants, this pass is required to enter swimming pools, sports halls, museums, cinemas, theaters, and game rooms.

Health passes are also required for sports competitions, concerts, shows, fairs and conferences, especially those that are suitable for gatherings and sources of pollution. The discos will be closed until further notice, but the area will receive public assistance.

The vaccine was released from the first dose

The Health Pass, also known as the “Green Pass” on the peninsula, can be given from the first dose of vaccination, as well as to people who have recovered from the Kovid and who have had a negative test within the last 48 hours.

The adoption of the health pass was a matter of tension within the government majority, with the leader of the league (right) Matteo Salvini warning of “tough, better and unmeasured elections, with the exception of the right to work for most Italians and freedom of movement”.

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Italy is currently registering thousands of new cases and fewer deaths every day, but the basic trend is up. On Thursday, 5,057 cases were registered. The country has not exceeded 5,000 new cases in the 24 hours since May 21.

“The Delta variant is threatening because it spreads faster than other variants,” warns Mario Draghi. “I invite all Italians to get vaccinated and I want to do it soon,” he said, adding that more than half of Italians are happy to have completed the vaccination cycle.

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