The Italian government is preparing a decree to introduce a so-called "super green pass" in order to curb the spread of Covid-19. Those who have recovered from Covid-19 will be able to get it, Corriere Della Sera reports.
It is reported that the decision may take effect next week. Thus, there will be a "green pass" and a "super green pass" in the country. The first will be issued in the presence of only a negative test for Covid-19, the second - to those who have been vaccinated or recovered from coronavirus.
Once the resolution comes into force, only a "super green pass" will allow you to attend entertainment and cultural events.
A regular certificate will allow people to stay in the workplace. In addition, the validity of such Covid-certificates can be reduced to 9 months.
The decree on the "super-green pass" will come into force on December 6.
It is also reported that in Italy the interval for taking a booster dose is reduced. It can now be administered 5 months after the second.
Note that vaccination certificates against coronavirus in Ukraine must now be scanned through the Diya application, and not just checked visually.