Italy has decided to make the health pass compulsory for going to work, whether in the private or public sector. Journalist Alban Mikoczy, live from Rome on Friday 15 October, takes stock of this unprecedented initiative.
In Italy, employees in the private sector, but also civil servants must now present a health pass to go to work. This can be delivered by vaccination against Covid-19 or by a negative test of less than 48 hours. “The results fell, they were eagerly awaited in Italy, but also in the rest of Europe. 92% of private sector employees, and 85% of civil servants were able to present a health pass“, explains journalist Alban Mikoczy, live from Rome for the 19/20 of France 3, Friday October 15.
“This means that two million Italian assets are not able to present it, or do not want to do so. It’s a real problem for the government“, continues the journalist, who reports”particularly refractory categories“.”Dockers for example, truckers who announced a Black Friday with demonstrations and blockades. They did not take place, or not in a massive way“However, the government remains on its guard and is monitoring developments closely.
all the news in video
Receive most of our news with our newsletter
France Télévisions uses your email address to send you newsletters.
articles On the same topic
seen from europe
Every day, Franceinfo selects content from European public audiovisual media, members of Eurovision. These contents are published in English or French.