Italy has brought in tougher restrictions for unvaccinated people, as Europe tightens its Covid rules ahead of the Christmas holidays.
BREITBART – Monday saw the introduction of the Super Green Pass, which requires recovery from the Covid-19 virus or full vaccination to enter venues like restaurants. Monday also saw tighter restrictions for accessing public transport, with travelers needing the Green Pass, rolled out earlier this year, which indicates proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test.
Across Italy, local police carried out a total of 120,000 investigations regarding the new coronavirus vaccine passport system, imposing penalties on 937 people trying to access public transport without a Green Pass, with 175 business owners sanctioned in relation to the Super Green Pass.
Italian newspaper Il Giornale reports that many people attempted to avoid the €400 (£343/$453) fine by claiming that their phones were broken or that the certificate would not appear on their phone. Despite this, the police handed out the fines anyway and barred them from travel. Read more
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