With the new decree approved by the Government of Rome, only those immunized will be able to access bars, restaurants, cinemas, gyms and sporting events
The anti-vaccines are going to have a very difficult time leading a life in society in Italy from December 6 and at least until January 15. During those dates, the new decree that the Government of Mario Draghi approved this Wednesday will be in force and that will leave out all cultural, leisure, sports, hotels, bars and restaurants those who are not vaccinated or have not overcome the disease. In all these environments, the so-called ‘covid super pass’ will be required, the new tool with which the Executive of Rome corners the anti-vaccines, who in practice will almost be able to go from home to work alone, and that they always submit each two days to a test to confirm that they are not infected.
These measures, which may be extended from the second half of January if the Government deems it appropriate, cover the entire Christmas period. These are intended to prevent the entry into force of generalized restrictions, as is the case in neighboring Austria, and to ensure that the Christmas holidays are celebrated with a certain normality.
Although more than 87% of the inhabitants of Italy have already received at least one dose of the covid vaccine, there are 7 million people over the age of 12 who have not yet had an injection. The Executive hopes that with the new decree they will finish convincing themselves and thus contribute to lessen the impact of the new wave of infections, which have caused a significant upturn in hospitalizations in several regions. 70% of the patients admitted to the ICUs for coronavirus in Italy had not been vaccinated.
The imminent approval of the use of the vaccine for children between 5 and 12 years old by the European Medicines Agency will also be decisive. The Italian authorities hope to begin next week to immunize members of that age group with the serums in which infections have soared in recent weeks.
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