Italy is closing! The doors will be closed for unvaccinated people against COVID, practically, by the decision of the Government of Rome, any unvaccinated person will no longer be able to have the right to move.
The provisions of the new decree of the Government of Rome
In Italy, it is the last day that unvaccinated people can still have access to hotels, restaurants, entertainment or sports halls, by plane, train, ship or even by bus or subway. As of tomorrow, a new decree of the Government of Rome will enter into force, which further limits the activities of those who oppose vaccination.
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For those who campaign against the vaccine, in Italy today is the last Sunday before the semi-blockade that the Government of Rome has decided since January 10, the date from which only with the so-called Super Green Pass, on the certificate obtained with complete vaccination or passing through the disease, can be eaten in restaurants or enter cinemas or theaters.
Those who are not vaccinated will not have the right to travel by train, ship or plane nationwide or by public transport, buses or subway, just as they will not be able to sleep in a hotel.
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The only way to travel for those without a vaccine is to travel by car or taxi.
Vaccination required if you want to do sports
Also, the negative COVID test will no longer be enough to ski or play sports in a club or even outdoors. These bans are also valid for Romanian citizens residing on the peninsula, but also for foreign tourists who come on vacation.
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In addition, also in Italy, since yesterday, vaccination has become mandatory for all citizens over the age of 50, including foreigners, ie Romanians. Italy reported more than 197,000 COVID cases last night, compared to 108,000 the day before.
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