There seems to be no room, at least for the moment, for the introduction of the obligation Green Pass according to the French model also in Italy: several times part of the majority highlighted how it would be a meaningless measure with a country still in the white zone and with still low infections. However, the Delta variant of the Coronavirus accelerates its spread, so the government plans to extend the obligation of the green certificate to other areas: bars and restaurants will probably come out unscathed, but it is not taken for granted that the same fate will happen to transport.
Green Deal, what changes for transport
Among the proposals being examined by the majority there is in fact that of extending the obligation of a Green Pass for access to long-distance means of transport, like planes or trains: the control room that the government will support at the beginning of next week will also discuss this point, and it cannot be excluded that measures will be taken in this regard. It would therefore be a less restrictive plan than the one that Macron has implemented in France, because it will exempt more activities from this obligation, but which would only allow those who they will certify the vaccination status, of recovery from Coronavirus or the negativity of a recent tampon, of traveling on vehicles of the caliber of trains and planes. We will see from the summit between the Prime Minister and the representatives of the forces of the majority what will come out.