As of this Friday, in Italy will be mandatory the “green pass”, implemented by the pandemic of the coronavirus, for workers, both public and private, and from the sectors antivacunas of the dock workers union threatened to block for “at least five days” the main port of the country, in the north Trieste.
“There are people who run the risk of being left without pay for having exercised the free choice not to be vaccinated, and that is why we will block the port from Friday until at least October 20,” said the dock coordinator from Trieste, Stefano PuzzerTelam reported.
Puzzer’s warning is given at the time that on Friday the decree of the Government of Mario Draghi that will require all public and private workers in the country to have the so-called “green pass”, which is given to people vaccinated or recovered from the disease, or to take a coronavirus test every 48 hours.
Trieste, the main port terminal in the country with more than 62 million tons per year, will in any case implement a free test system for operators, who will avoid paying the 15 euros that the exam costs in pharmacies. But the proposal was rejected by the operators who demand “the repeal” of the decree, which provides daily fines for those who do not present the health certificate at their workplaces.
The “green pass”, which is already mandatory for trains and internal flights, also for consumption within restaurants among other activities. It is given free of charge to people vaccinated or recovered from coronavirus and downloaded on the cell phones of Italians.