The resurgence of Covid infections could lead the Ministry of Health to consider the introduction of a reshaped green pass. The state of emergency ends on March 31st and from that day some restrictions will fall. However, it is difficult to hypothesize the definitive disappearance of the “green certificate”, at least as regards jobs.
Some companies have foreseen the gradual abandonment of smart working but as a consequence of this the dangers could increase. The obligation to present the green pass could last until 15 June, the date from which the vaccination obligation for people over 50 years of age will end. The certificate could, therefore, reshape itself on the basis of epidemiological data and not completely disappear. More generally, we work on a progressive relaxation of measures such as the obligation to wear a mask indoors: first for outdoor activities and then indoors. The green pass is currently issued after the third dose and has an unlimited duration therefore without the need for new vaccinations. In any case, the discussion on the subject remains open in the government.
The certification was introduced for the first time with the decree-law of April 22, 2021. It is a digital or printable document issued to those who have recovered from Covid, are vaccinated or have carried out a rapid or molecular antigen test that resulted negative. It is necessary to carry out a series of activities and the only exceptions are the use of non-scheduled or private public transport; the use of dedicated school transport; access to businesses that sell essential goods or take-away food; access to public offices for primary needs; attendance at primary and secondary preschools; and the entry of users and carers into health and social health facilities.
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