The swab or vaccination certificate to go to Sardinia even if it is now the ‘yellow’ zone? “I absolutely agree, I find it perfectly right. To control access to an island and keep covid under control, I find it sacrosanct that a swab or vaccination certificate is required. From the point of view of tourism there is no impact”. To tell Adnkronos this is Flavio Briatore who in an interview comments on the ‘hard line’ of the region on measures for access to Sardinia, which since Monday has become the yellow zone. “I went to Dubai and I had the swab, I went and came back from Turkey and I had the swab. Now the swab is no longer something we don’t know. We do fifteen, twenty a month so it’s certainly not a problem. I agree. By now even those who make them have become very good, so I don’t see the problem “, explains the manager. Who counterattacks: “The real problem, the one that keeps tourists away, is that they have left the curfew until July 31st. This is really incomprehensible, pure madness”, says Briatore. “Even if they take it off, as we are all convinced it will happen, the communication has been deleterious, and will create enormous problems for tourism”. The former F1 manager then going into the merits explains: “How can you not understand that people do not rent their houses in July, but now they are renting them? This situation of uncertainty blocks, and does not encourage people to come! he prefers to rent houses in Mykonos, Croatia, Ibiza and does not rent them in Sardinia. And it is a problem that affects all of Italy “. The criticism is to the measures established by the government: “From these two governments it is not that we could expect different things, since they have done many. In other countries they organized themselves very differently, in England they planned themselves. This is typical Italian: with us it is not clear who decides, and who does not decide. Absurd “.