In Italy, a “certificate of vaccination” will become a mandatory document from tomorrow, September 2, for admission to schools and universities, as well as for travel within the country – by train, plane and ship.
At universities, the “pass” will be compulsory for students, while at schools this new measure will only apply to teaching, administrative and support staff.
Anyone who uses vehicles should also have a certificate. The exception is children under 12 years of age, who, as you know, are not vaccinated. There is one exception on ships: a vaccination pass is not required to use the ferries connecting Calabria to Sicily.
At the moment, the obligation to present a certificate of vaccination does not apply to city buses and subways, but the Draghi government intends to discuss this issue at the end of September.
Today, the head of the Italian Office for the Protection of Personal Data explained that the use of the Green Pass does not violate the privacy of citizens.
Meanwhile, opponents of the “vaccinations” said they would mobilize tomorrow and try to block 54 railway stations in the country. Rome’s Ministry of the Interior replied that the right to freedom of expression should always be protected, but that does not mean that public transport can be stopped as it is an offense in Italy.