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Italy towards the de facto lockdown? – Free Daily

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The Green pass became mandatory on Friday 15 October. The first effect? The boom in sickness certificates. According to INPS data, at 12 noon, in the public and in the private sector the certificates were 47.393 and recorded a slight increase compared to two weeks ago. It is estimated a +5.5 percent and an increase of 23.3 compared to last Friday. From what emerges from the data released by the Minister of Public Administration Renato Brunetta the certificates arrived on 8 October were 38.432 and 44,903 those of October 1st.

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The Minister of Forza Italia also expressed his opinion on tampons, which saw a peak with the obligation of the Green pass in the workplace: “The tampon system on the first day of the Green pass at the moment, is holding: at 13 about 200 thousand were carried out, against 100 thousand yesterday “. And again:” On the first day of the green pass obligation in the world of work, the Public Administration is demonstrating a sense of responsibility and a flexible and intelligent organization, fully grasping the spirit and possibilities offered by the guidelines issued by the Government. In staggered hourly ministries, few queues, orderly return“.

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The protests were also peaceful. To the detriment of what was previously thought, only the dockers of Trieste and Genoa demonstrated against the obligation of green certification. In fact, in the other ports, such as those of Puglia or Naples, no demonstrations were recorded. Here the only queues are due to the Green pass readers.

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