Faced with the Delta variant, Italy is generalizing the sanitary pass

“Green pass”. This is the name of the health pass that will come into force on August 6 in Italy. Faced with the threat of the Delta variant, which is spreading in several European countries, the government has decided to take measures.

This health pass will be required to enter enclosed spaces, such as bars and restaurants, swimming pools, sports halls and game rooms. The cultural sector is also affected by this measure, and the “green pass” will be necessary to go to the cinema, the theater, the museum as well as to concerts. Sporting events, fairs, congresses, shows… In all gatherings that are sources of contamination, sesame will be required. As for nightclubs, the Italian government has decided to let them close until further notice. Consequently, the sector will benefit from public aid.

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“The health pass is an instrument to allow Italians to continue their activities with the guarantee of not finding themselves among contagious people,” said Thursday, July 22, the Prime Minister at a press conference held at headquarters government in Rome.

Only one dose of vaccine needed

If they are similar in form, the “green pass” does however have some differences with the French sanitary pass. First of all, it can be issued after a single dose of vaccine recognized by the agency …

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