(Teleborsa) – The hours go by and the tension for the GP-Day grows: tomorrow, Friday 15 October, the decree it provides will become effective the obligation of possession and exhibition of the Green Pass on all workplaces, public and private, including professional offices, public offices, logistics companies. And this is precisely the sector where the alarm is loudest, because there is a risk of the total blockage of the gear that brings goods and goods to their destination.
From dockers to road hauliers, a chorus of “no” heralds a Friday of passion. “We are determined on our positions, but we are always available to discuss with anyone,” said Alessandro Volk, member of the board of the Trieste Port Workers Coordination, on the eve of the strike in the port.
My he Government goes straight ahead and does not hint at any opening sulla possibility of shift the date to October 30th, as requested this morning by the trade unionists received at Palazzo Chigi by Premier Mario Draghi. “We asked to postpone the application of the Green pass at least until the end of October, but the answer was negative. The government believes that it is an indispensable tool ”, said the secretary general of UIL, Pierpaolo Bombardieri.
Meanwhile, in view of the maxi strike at the port of Trieste, the Prefect has already warned that the strike “is not authorized” and “participation is a crime”. The Strike Guarantee Authority also requested a revocation, but the promoters reiterate that the demonstration “is legitimate”
Rome is also on the alert for a new No Vax demonstration after the damage and violence of last Saturday. Police on alert for the risk of infiltration, while the protest is diverted to the Circus Maximus. Priorities of the police forces to maintain public order, but accidents at the entrances of factories and large companies, but also on the roads, railways, ports and airports are not excluded.
Meanwhile, the MIMS has published some clarifications today for the sectors of tmaritime transport and road transport of goods in order to contain and manage the epidemiological emergency. In particular, with regard to road transport of goods, in relation to the entry into the national territory of road hauliers from abroad, in line with the recommendations of the European Commission in implementation of the so-called “Green lanes” (green lanes) continue to apply until December 31st the provisions contained in the Dpcm March 2, 2021. As regards the maritime transport, to ensure the operation of ships and the national logistic chain, with particular reference to those that carry out international navigation, the following rules are dictated: who is already on board on 15 October and is not in possession of a green pass, the boarding period continues and must be subjected to a molecular or antigen test with a negative result for the SARS-CoV-2 virus; those who embark on the Italian territory from 15 October 2021 to 31 December 2021, at the time of entry on board must be equipped with one of the COVID-19 green certifications; who lands in the Italian territory and returns on board later, must be equipped with one of the COVID-19 green certifications.