“From today, October 1st, stop the obligation to wear masks on public transport. Another step towards the return to normality that I strongly wanted. Go on like this. “The Undersecretary for Health underlines this in a tweet Andrea Costa.
“The fact that from today there is no longer the obligation does not mean removing the mask, it is not a free all – he tells Adnkronos Salute Matteo Bassetti, director of the Infectious Diseases Clinic of the San Martino Polyclinic in Genoa – I continue to recommend it to the frail and the elderly, who have to use it when they go to the supermarket or on the buses. Removing the obligation is not removing the mask, it should be used for the people who benefit most from it “.
Bassetti also returns to the quarantine: “The very strict Portugal, but also Australia first, has lifted the obligation of quarantine for Covid positives. I hope that these two countries are also an example for ours. The time has come. to consider Covid as the other infectious diseases for which there is no legal obligation of isolation at home. Those who have symptoms must stay at home but it is not that if they leave, perhaps with an Ffp2 mask, they will be sanctioned “.