Italy’s covid “green pass” an administrative headache for employers
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Green Pass
John van der Luit-Drummond, Editor

Considered to be some of the strictest anti-covid regulations worldwide, from 15 October, approximately 23 million private and public sector workers across Italy will be barred from their places of work, without pay, unless they can produce a clean covid passport.

The so-called green pass, called certificazione verde in Italy, is an extension of the EU’s digital covid certificate confirming an individual has received two doses of a covid-19 vaccine, has recovered from coronavirus, or tested negative for infection in the previous 48 hours.


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