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‘Super Green Pass’: Italy to Impose New Limits on Unvaccinated

The unvaccinated will face heightened restrictions in Italy after the government announced that they will be barred from many leisure activities after the introduction of a “super green pass.” The new vaccine passport will take effect starting Dec. 6. People must prove that they are vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19, the disease caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, to enter indoor restaurants, cinemas and theatres, sporting venues, gyms, night clubs, and more. Current “Green Pass” regulations in the country allow for negative test results within 48 hours to access such venues. But from Dec. 6 to Jan. 15, a negative test will no longer suffice for the leisure activities. The restrictions could extend beyond Jan. 15 in regions with rising CCP virus cases or related hospital admissions. The government has also decided to make the existing Green Pass mandatory for use of urban public transport. It has acknowledged that this …

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