On the day theGreen Pass requirement the inconveniences feared in recent days did not occur in the workplace, when the port workers of Trieste and Genoa had announced the indefinite blocking of the ports to say “No” to the mandatory green certificate. There were protests, but they did not block the country: over a thousand people gathered at gate 4 of the Trieste seaport, but everything went smoothly and the port continued to function.
The business was not compromised even at port of Genoa, except for the moments of tension for a motorist who, during a garrison of workers, tried to enter screaming “go get vaccinated and earn your loaf”. Other protests took place in front of the gates of some factories, from Fiat Avio in Rivalta to Ferrari in Maranello, where the strike was called by Fiom. Demonstrations in the streets in the rest of the country: a few thousand No Passes met at the Circus Maximus of Rome, where the leader of the association “The Sentinels of the Constitution” accused journalists and trade unions from the stage “of having sold themselves to Brunetta”.
A group of female demonstrators approached with roses in the hands of the police who guarded the accesses to the area with armored vehicles. In Bologna there were about 2 thousand demonstrators: during the procession, insults to the megaphone against premier Mario Draghi, the secretary of the CGIL Maurizio Landini and also against life senator Liliana Segre: “a woman who holds a seat she shouldn’t have because she carries shame on its story: it should disappear from where it is ”, shouted the No Pass.
In Milan hundreds of people gathered without tension in Piazza Domo and about 500 in the Arco della Pace. Meanwhile, INPS reported that 23.3 percent more sickness certificates were requested than last Friday. Over 500,000 swabs were carried out in one day, while the positivity rate dropped to 0.5%.
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