• Sun. Oct 24th, 2021

Mandatory green pass for work, Bassetti: “To step back, that’s papocchio”

Byeditorial

Oct 14, 2021

On the compulsory Green pass even at work “two factions are opposing each other, there is tension and it would be worth taking a step back. As it is thought, I no longer understand it, it should be issued only for the vaccinated and those who have suffered the disease . Instead we did the usual Italian papocchio opening up also to those who do tests and swabs “. Matteo Bassetti, director of the Infectious Diseases Clinic of the San Martino Polyclinic in Genoa, underlines this to Adnkronos Salute. Read also “The Green pass was a good initial idea which then turned into a less good idea, when it was thought about the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčimitating what France had done to stimulate people to get vaccinated, we were at the end of June and it actually worked – recalls Bassetti – people also got vaccinated to go back to bars, restaurants, cinemas, and then it was decided to extend the Green pass, the Italian way, even in workplaces with a pad to 72 hours. This choice should be improved, there are workplaces where vaccination is essential, I think of restaurants, in the police, for doctors and health personnel, for those who work in schools, for public employees who work at the counters. to a hauler, it is not so useful and you could have thought of freezing it and letting it start later “.