Posto cha the CGIL wants the vaccination obligation on Covid “I would find it useful that from 15 October, for a transitional phase to work for workers who have decided not to get vaccinated, I would find a smart thing a form in which at least for the first phase they do not have to pay the tampon”. He affirmed it Maurizio Landini, general secretary of the CGIL during an event in Florence together with the minister of labor, Andrea Orlando.
“A vaccinated person says so: I find that the principle that to work you have to pay to work and that you have to remove any argument from this is a wrong message.”
“We would also have preferred the choice of a vaccination obligation for everyone – continued Landini – because we think that the defeat of this virus can be faced in this way and then for us there is a battle to do in the world, to make the vaccine free. for all. There are those who shovel a third or fourth dose while there are people in the world who do not have the money for the first ».
“Working is a condition for living”
“I am neither a scientist nor a doctor and I rely on what they say on these matters. The government has decided differently, we have nothing against the Green pass but we see some contradictions that we have posed and an open problem has remained. The moment you choose the green pass, which is not a vaccination obligation, it means that you recognize the freedom not to get vaccinated and if it means that to work I have to have the green pass I can also do the swab then the swab must be free in the world of work. Not that of those who go to the cinema. One goes to work because he needs it, not for sport, working is a condition for living ».
If the buffer is not free, then income inequalities are created. Finally, Landini stated that even with anti Covid vaccinations “you have to maintain social distancing, you can’t let your guard down because we are all vaccinated”.
“Salvini? With him in common only the ‘ini’ and Milan “
«With (the secretary of the Lega Matteo-ed) Salvini, whom I know little, I think we have perhaps only two things in common: the final ‘ini’ of the surname and then a common passion. If there is only one thing I grew up with, it is Gianni Rivera at Milan: these are the only two things in common ».
For the rest, “not only is he not obliged to vaccinate, I don’t think he really thinks about it, but then when I say that we must avoid dividing people – he added – I also mean that these cannot be themes to take a few votes in more and campaigning “.
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