More generally, the “No green passes” that met at the San Marco bastion on Saturday afternoon challenged all supermarkets: “Let’s say no to supermarkets that require employees to have a non-compulsory vaccination”
TREVISO. This time they took it out on Conad, whose CEO had mentioned the hypothesis of putting workers without vaccines on unpaid leave; “I don’t shop where the constitutional rights of citizens are violated.”
More generally, the “No vax” who met at the San Marco bastion yesterday afternoon challenged all the supermarkets: “Let’s say no to supermarkets that force employees to have a non-compulsory vaccination” read a sign, not yet updated to the latest news on the Green pass.
It was the tenth consecutive week of protest from the anti-vaccine front in Treviso, the second away from the center. The demonstrators were allowed to gather at the San Marco bastion in order not to disturb the commercial activities of the center, after an entire summer spent in Piazza dei Signori.
And the number of participants collapsed. A hundred a week ago for the first time on the walls. Even less yesterday, about fifty people, numbers very far from the five hundred that crowded Piazza dei Signori for the first time, which remained the most popular. The most threatening signs disappeared yesterday, such as the one representing Zaia with the horns of a demon above the words “You will not escape God’s judgment”.