Super Green Pass Might Be Required During Holidays

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by In Trieste

Italy has stepped up its vaccination campaign, making the third doze of the vaccine available to the over-40s from Monday, 22 November. 

The move comes amid growing calls for a ‘reinforced’ or Super Green Pass, the certificate proving the holder has been vaccinated, tested negative or recovered from covid-19.

FVG’s president, Massimiliano Fedriga, suggested the so-called Super Green Pass would apply only to those who have been vaccinated or recovered from the virus, not to those who show the results of a negative covid test.

The governor’s request is in response to concerns of economic repercussions if our region returns to the medium-risk ‘orange zone’ or highest-risk ‘red zone’ under Italy’s system of coronavirus restrictions, as covid infections continue to rise.

Fedriga said he fears a negative impact on the economy and society if the tougher orange, or red zone, restrictions come into force. He voiced his strong opposition to the idea of closures and partial lockdowns, particularly over the Christmas season.

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