Italy: Government approves toughening measures to reduce cases


The cabinet of the Draghi government, at its meeting tonight, approved the new measures aimed at reducing as much as possible the new cases of coronavirus.

In more detail, based on the decisions taken, the duration of the green pass vaccinated is reduced from 9 to 6 months, while until March 31 it is decided to use a mask in all open spaces.

Enhanced protection masks – Ffp2 – will be mandatory for access to museums, cinemas, theaters, live music shops and all modes of transport.

At the same time, always until March 31, All coffee and restaurant customers (both seated and standing) should have a super green vaccinated pass (at least two doses of coronavirus vaccine) and a negative test will no longer be valid.

To enter gyms, swimming pools, museums, exhibitions, hot springs, casinos, cultural centers, the “super Green Pass” will be required. Until January 31, clubs and ballrooms will be closed, while postponing – at least for the time being – the extension of compulsory vaccination to public administration employees.

The Italian Minister of the Interior Roberto Speranza stated to reporters a while ago that these measures were adopted unanimously, from all the political forces that support the government of Mario Draghi.

He finally confirmed that the third, booster dose of the vaccine could be given four months after the second dose.

Source: ΑΠΕ-ΜΠΕ  

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