The Green pass is required to get on buses and metro from 6 December in Italy. The rules also apply to students aged 12 and over and will not change. “We have no intention of exceptions to the ‘simple’ green certification requirement for students on public transport”, said the undersecretary of the Interior Ministry Carlo Sibilia, guest of ‘The Breakfast club’ on Radio Capital. “Indeed, we must continue along this line. The instrument is working, there has been a great response from the citizens and few fines, so it must be maintained. Out of 70 thousand people checked, there were only 130 fines and very few complaints. applause to Italian citizens for compliance with the rules on the first day of the super green pass “, he adds. The topic was addressed last week by Massimiliano Fedriga, governor of Friuli Venezia Giulia and president of the Conference of Regions. The governors, Fedriga said, are demanding “an alternative” to the government. “The issue of the green pass for Tpl is the most delicate thing and on which we should have more attention,” Fedriga said before 6 December. “You have to take a break to make sure that a 13-year-old boy can get the vaccine.” Fedriga recalled that there are small villages where it is not easy to swab and the very young would risk being excluded from the public transport service and the possibility of going to school. According to the governor, an accompaniment would be needed and perhaps provide “the Ffp2 as an alternative”. Another point on which Fedriga expects clarification from the government concerns children who turn 12 in December. “A passage that I think will be clarified is for children who turn 12 in December”, he underlined, referring to the paradox of those who still cannot get vaccinated or of those who are perhaps waiting to be vaccinated or have been vaccinated but do not yet have the green pass.