Discos open in the summer safely. After testing the anti-Covid regulations in a London nightclub, on May 1, Italy is also preparing to test the level of security in two places: in Milan in an indoor nightclub and in Gallipoli, in the Lecce area, outdoors , where about 2 thousand young people will meet on 5 June. The epidemiologist Pier Luigi Lopalco, professor of General and Applied Hygiene at the University of Pisa and Councilor for Health of the Puglia Region contributed to the drafting of the protocol, who in an interview with ‘Il Messaggero’ illustrates a model that can also be replicated to other activities . “We will evaluate the efficiency of the prevention methods – he explains -. We will thus be able to understand if within an event of this kind, with a rather large number of participants, some contagion can develop”. The people attending the event, which “takes place under the aegis of the Italian Society of Infectious Diseases”, underlines the expert, “will have to repeat the swab after 5 days”. And to participate you will need a green pass: “We – highlights the scientist-councilor – have also participated in the creation of proposals for specific protocols based on the principle of the green pass, that is, to be in possession of one of the three prerogatives, namely vaccination, healing or tampon in the previous 48 hours, to access events such as a grand ceremony, a concert, discos. All aimed at resuming these activities in the highest level of safety “.