From the veneta lagoon at the Sicily, passing through theTuscan archipelago, in the past few hours the protests of the no-vax islanders banned from public transport with the entry into force from 10 January of super greenpass, defined as “a clear one limitation of inalienable rights to the mobility of citizens of the smaller islands who, for various reasons of life, need to reach the mainland “. Complaints that the government has decided to partially accept: with an Ordinance of the Ministry of Health, adopted on the proposal of the Ministry of Transport, it established an exemption from the super greenpass obligation. For the only ones health and study reasons, access to public transport for moving to and from smaller islands will in fact be possible with the basic Green pass and not reinforced until 10 February.
The ordinance, which runs from 10 January until 10 February 2022, provides for the basic Graen pass for “access and use of public transport for travel to and from the smaller islands and the Venice Lagoon for documented health and attendance reasons, for students aged 12 and over, of primary, lower and upper secondary school courses ”,“ without prejudice the obligation to wear protective equipment respiratory type FFP2“. The provisions of the ordinance “also apply to the regions with special statutes and to the autonomous provinces of Trento and Bolzano”.