The yellow regions due to the sharp increase in the number of infections are the regions of Lombardy, Piedmont, Lazio, Sicily, Liguria, Marche, Veneto, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Calabria and the autonomous provinces of Trento and Bolzano. It is inhabited by 37 million people.
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The change from white to yellow occurs in areas where the number of coronavirus infections per 100,000 population exceeds 150 people, more than 10 percent of intensive care beds are occupied and more than 15 percent. In other Covid wings. It is, as the press notes, a wake-up call – a warning of the possibility of a real tightening of restrictions if the situation continues to deteriorate there.
People with a so-called Super Green Pass, which is a COVID-19-immunized card, issued solely on the basis of vaccination or treatment. Required in many public places, and the government does not rule out expanding this requirement to include all places in the near future work.
In Italy, 86 percent have been vaccinated. Citizens
About 86 percent of the population in Italy is vaccinated. They are already accustomed to the fact that they are required to show a COVID-19 card in bars, restaurants, cultural institutions and sports centers at the entrance to mass events.
As it states Diary La Stampa, on January 10, will begin a “near-total shutdown of non-vaccinators” in the country as more stringent regulations come into effect. The enhanced card will be in demand almost everywhere except in stores.
Super Green Pass will be mandatory on trains as well as on public transport. Persons without such a document will not be able to sit in the gardens of the restaurant or stay in the hotel. They will also not have access to the ski slopes.
From Rome Siluya Wesuka (PAP)
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