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Green pass: restaurateurs, ‘Milan empty, fears for September’

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Few customers who ask to consume sitting inside

(ANSA) – MILAN, AUGUST 10 – Four days after the introduction of the Green pass, the judgment of baristas and restaurateurs on the obligation of green certification for indoor venues remains suspended in Milan. In the half-empty city of mid-August, also thanks to the summer temperatures, few customers ask to have lunch or consume sitting inside, for this reason the assessment of the measure, introduced by the Government to avoid new closures, is postponed to September.

“This is a moment in which it cannot be evaluated, we are in the middle of August, people here in Milan are on vacation. Generally the customers of these days have a pass, I have not had any problems. I do not ask for documents I ask the pass, so far no one has made a fuss “explains Roberto, owner of a bar in the Central Station area. “People calmly show it there is no problem, everything went very well even with foreigners. Surely if we have a lot of people the situation is not smooth. In August we certainly don’t have big problems because there are fewer people, from September, there is a bit of fear “admits Michela, restaurateur of a very popular restaurant for the lunch break. The same goes for Pierluigi, who manages another restaurant: “We are happy – he says – because there is no turnout, maybe we need to talk about it again in September, because now in Milan we work with tourists and if they don’t have them we make them sit down. out. Surely it is a problem that will arise later, when we return to work in person. In any case, the historical customers are tracked and we know it. For now no one has turned up their noses because we have asked “. (HANDLE).

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