While the Green Pass was made compulsory for all workers in Italy on October 15, protests continue to be heard in many cities. It appears that Trieste registers more demonstrators than Rome or Milan.

The enthusiasm against the Green Pass requirement is strongest in Trieste, with no less than 15,000 participants in the last event, while the city has around 200,000 inhabitants.

The dockers have decided to give a new turn to the protest movement by erecting a filter dam to slow down port activities. The workers’ committee at the Port of Trieste said it strongly disagrees with the government’s proposal to provide free tests to workers, preferring the removal of the Green Pass. The Chairman of the committee has also announced an indefinite strike to support the anti Green Pass movement.

The Little Journal of Rome

While the Green Pass was made compulsory for all workers in Italy on October 15, protests continue to be heard in many cities.

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