While the government indicated a few days ago that it would not be used, Mario Draghi announced yesterday that the “Super Green pass” would come into effect on December 6.

Since Wednesday, November 24, the Italian government has decided to severely restrict access to various places to unvaccinated people. Only granted to people who have accepted (or who have been obliged) to be vaccinated against Covid-19 or who have been cured of it, the “Super Green Pass” will be essential to go to cinemas, nightclubs, restaurants, theaters and to attend sporting events, from December 6.

Compulsory vaccination is already in force for health workers, but has been extended since yesterday to all school staff, the police and the army. According to infectious disease specialist Matteo Bassetti, this decision was essential to “secure the places where the new measure will be applied, as well as to encourage vaccination”, he explains to the daily Il Giornale.

Mario Draghi meanwhile indicated, during the press conference with the ministers of Health Roberto Speranza and Regional Affairs Mariastella Felmini, that “the pandemic is still under control, the country is in the best situation in Europe thanks to the vaccination campaign which has been a remarkable success, but it is worsening slightly and steadily ”. This is the reason why he wanted to introduce the “Super Green Pass”, to avoid the closures that the country has experienced for two years now. He also announced that from December 1, it will be possible for those over 18 to request the third dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.

From December 6 to January 15, the “Super Green Pass” will be in effect. It will be mandatory to show it if you want to take regional rail transport and local public transport or if you want to go to a hotel. In addition, access to shows in general, sporting events, indoor bars and restaurants, discos and public ceremonies, can only be done with the famous sesame.

In a white zone region, places of culture, entertainment and recreation will only be accessible to Super Green Pass holders. Likewise, the mask is not compulsory outdoors, but must be worn in all closed places other than your home. A region in a yellow zone will apply more or less the same rules, except that the mask will become mandatory outside.

In a region in the orange zone, the activities which were suspended last year in the same case will remain open and accessible to Super Green Pass holders. The mask will become mandatory indoors and outdoors.

In a region in the red zone, the rules are unchanged. Closures are triggered, with a curfew and travel restrictions in place. Bars, restaurants, shops, places of cultivation will be closed to everyone, even if you are vaccinated. The mask will become mandatory indoors and outdoors.

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