Anyone who wants to enter institutions in the national education system in Italy must be demonstrably vaccinated against Covid-19 or have recovered from it or have a negative test, as the government announced on Thursday evening.
The government had already introduced the “Green Pass” requirement for teachers for the school year beginning in September. Now everyone, including external workers, who work in the school canteen or clean the facilities, for example.
Students exempt from regulation
If you do not have this proof, you cannot come to work with it. Students are excluded from the regulation. At universities, on the other hand, everyone needs proof. The management of the respective facility is always responsible for the controls, as further stated in the notification.
The cabinet of Prime Minister Mario Draghi (74) also agreed to make the “Green Pass” mandatory for staff in old people’s and nursing homes from October 10th.
Both in the education and in the care sector, the measures will initially apply until the end of the year, the government said. Exceptions are people who demonstrably cannot be vaccinated. (SDA / euc)