World COVID-19. Italy strengthens restrictions against non-vaccinated people
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Since Monday, January 10, 2022, in Italy, people no -Facinate against COVID-19 can no longer eat at the restaurant or fly.
in, the non-vaccinated persons against CVIV-19 can no longer eat at the restaurant or fly to travel within the country, according to the new rules entered into force on Monday, January 10, 2022, while Schools have reopened.
Only people recently rebate from CVIV-19 are exempt from this obligation, which represents a new strengthening of restrictions imposed on non-vaccinated in the face of increasing infections, including children.
Covid-19: Italy will make immunization mandatory for more than 50 years
© Pixabay Covid-19: Italy will make immunization mandatory for more than 50 years The Italian government, confronted with COVID-19 contaminations up sharply, decided on Wednesday, January 5, to introduce the immunization obligation for all persons over the age of 50. A strong measure for the first European country hardly affected by CIVID-19.
Italy has also introduced last week.
Debate around the reopening of schools
Schools opened for a new quarter on decision of the government, despite the calls from school principals or the doctors' union to delay the return in class of at least 15 additional days.
Virologist Massimo Galli, from the Sacco Hospital of Milan, judged the opening of "imprudent and unjustified" schools, while the public health expert Walter Ricciardi described the situation of "explosive" ., more than 1,000 communes have decided to leave schools closed on their territory, according to media. The port of the mask FFP2 mandatory Italy was the first European country to be affected by the coronavirus at the beginning of the year 2020 and has one of the heaviest records, with nearly 140,000 deaths.
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More than 86% of the over 12 years have been vaccinated and some 15% of children from five to eleven have received their first vaccine. The National Railway Company Trenitalia indicated Monday to cancel 180 regional trains due to coronavirus infections. Until March 31, it will therefore be necessary to have a vaccinal pass proving that we have been vaccinated or recovered recently, a negative test no longer sufficient, to use restaurants , hotels and gyms, as well as buses, trains, planes and ships. FFP2 masks are now mandatory in theaters, cinemas, sports stadiums and all public transport. An additional time for the inhabitants of the small islands The non-vaccinated inhabitants of the small Italian islands, which had warned that they might be in
"forced exile" by the new rules, obtained an additional time.These inhabitants - for whom the boats and planes are the only ways to leave the islands and come back - will be able to continue traveling with the only negative test for reasons of health and education until February 10. Prime Minister Mario Draghi had to go to the country about the new measures on Monday, January 10th.
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