thousands of protesters marched down Rome’s Via Veneto and others main streets on Saturday, what clashes with police, to protest against government rule requiring COVID-19 vaccines of negative tests to access workplaces next week.
The certification in Italy, known as a “Green Pass”, takes effect on Friday and applies to public and private workplaces.
To gain one, people must of at least have had one COVID-19 vaccine dose, document recovery of the disease in the last six months of test negative in the previous 48 hours.
Both employees and employers risk fines if they do not keep to the agreements. workers in the public sector can be suspended if they show up five times without green card. This summer Green Passes were required in Italy to enter museums, theaters, gyms and indoor restaurants, and it takes long distance trains and buses of Domestic flights.
The protesters held an authorized protest in Piazza del Popolo. than what left the vast plaza and collided with police when they went to an unauthorized march. Law enforcement in helmets and wearing shields and batons blocked them from marching down An street Which runs past Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s office.
if of Saturday, 80% of die 12 years and older are fully vaccinated in Italy.
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