Spotlights on the mandatory Green pass from tomorrow 15 October in Italy also in the workplace and on tampons. In response to those who would like tampons for free, virologist Roberto Burioni, professor at the Vita-Salute San Raffaele University in Milan, writes on Twitter: “I see one thing in common between tax amnesties and free tampons: complacency of the state towards those who have not done their duty and lack of respect for those who have done it on time. And I don’t like this thing “. In 14 tweets, starting in his reasoning from the graph contained in a post on Facebook by Enzo Marinari, professor of theoretical physics at the Sapienza University of Rome, in which the trend of daily deaths in 2020 and 2021 is recorded, Burioni then observes that “today more than at any other time it is necessary that all those who can do it (and in fact there are many) get vaccinated, immediately, without delay, because by not doing so they put their lives and those of others at risk”. It is also necessary that, in a welcome framework of relaxation of social distancing measures (and, again: thanks vaccine), all precautions are not abandoned and no risks are taken – Burioni warns – Today the work to intensify the vaccination campaign is crucial. : it’s really worth dedicating yourself to it “.