From October 15, the Covit-19 Green Certificate will be mandatory in all workplaces. Through this DBCM, which was signed on Tuesday the 12th, Prime Minister Mario Draghi sets out guidelines for public administrations, with the aim of resolving the knots and doubts that have existed so far. Drake signed two orders of the Prime Minister in which he clarified the last parts of the rules to be respected.
The questionable guidelines were prepared by Ministers of Public Administration and Health Renato Brunetta and Roberto Speranza. They care about who should carry out the tests in offices and workplaces and how the tests are performed. It also contains a specification on the flexibility of going to and from work hours, along with the obligation to issue a green pass, in the presence of which income is induced for PA workers.
The number of workers without a green pass is currently about 3.5 million: if they were always at work, they would have to do three sweeps a week. Verification of the validity of the certificate can be done manually or automatically, but Qr cannot be kept by employers in any way. Those without a green pass will be at home without an unfair appearance and without pay.
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