Compulsory green pass at work, on October 15th the deadline will start with workers who will necessarily have to show the green certificate to go to the office or factory. While Prime Minister Mario Draghi is about to sign the guidelines for the return, there are those who are already thinking about when there will be a revision of the rules.
Mandatory green pass, guidelines and Dpcm on Draghi’s table
To prepare for the date of October 15 – which after the clashes on Saturday in Rome and the assault on the national headquarters of the CGIL has now taken on a symbolic value – Prime Minister Mario Draghi, according to Adnkronos, is about to sign the lines guide developed by the Ministry of Public Administration for the return of the state and an ad hoc Dpcm. The goal is to detail the return to work with a vaccination passport, entering into the merits of the controls that never before can be left to chance. At the Dpcm, in particular, the task of tracing the path of the software and applications necessary for the verification of the green pass at the turnstiles. The provision would have been drawn up with the support of Sogei’s technicians.
Costa: “Reasonable to think about Green pass review with new year”
Possible news on the Green pass could only arrive with the new year. “It is reasonable to think that with the new year there may be a revision of the restrictive measures in place in our country” linked to the Covid-19 pandemic “including the Green pass which may be revised and reduced in its application”, he said. the undersecretary for health, Andrea Costa, guest of ‘Parliamone’ on Rainews 24. “The appointment” to evaluate the reduction of restrictive measures, “and among these also the Green pass”, explained the undersecretary “will be at the end of the year. Because at that point we will really see the impact of the return to normality. In our country we have opened everything, we are almost 100% in all sectors. So we have 2 or three decisive months ahead, which must be faced with prudence and responsibility but not with fear . We also need to reassure citizens, and the scientific evidence comforts us “.
The Green pass, explained Costa, “is an instrument identified in this particular moment to guarantee the freedom of citizens and to guarantee a gradual return to normality without having to take a step back. And I believe that the results are proving this choice right. . The Green pass has been linked to the state of emergency which, as we know, ends up to the end of the year. I think, therefore, it is reasonable to think that if the data continue to be positive, if the numbers of hospitalized patients continue to fall, if the number of vaccinated it will continue to rise it is right – in a positive path – to also give perspectives to citizens. which the restrictive measures will be reduced “.
“If the country is returning to normal and if the economic indices tell us that we are facing a rebound, a recovery, it is thanks to vaccines – said Costa – And thanks to those 43 million fellow citizens who have been vaccinated, certainly not for that minority that goes to the streets to protest against the Green Pass and vaccines “.
As for the obligation of the Green pass from October 15 for workers “it is a new, complicated path. We are still asking for a sacrifice from citizens, in this case from workers, but we still need everyone’s contribution. a few days to address the critical issues that naturally exist at the beginning of such a new and invasive path. But the Government is willing to sit around a table and tackle the problems, without abandoning the main road “.