Italy approves tougher restrictions for the unvaccinated from COVID-19

Changes will affect the green pass COVID certificate. The document will be issued for a period of & nbsp; 48 hours. It will be available after passing the coronavirus test. The pass will only work for & nbsp; access to & nbsp; work and & nbsp; shops with & nbsp; necessary goods, and & nbsp; also trips to & nbsp; interregional transport.

In addition, the country will introduce the so-called super green pass for & nbsp; who have received a vaccine or have had a coronavirus infection. Its owners will be able to visit restaurants in & nbsp; indoor spaces, sports, entertainment and & nbsp; cultural institutions.

The Council of Ministers has also expanded the list of categories of citizens for whom vaccination is mandatory.

The deadline for introducing new measures not & nbsp; definitively determined: the new decree is to enter into force on & nbsp; Monday, 29 & nbsp; November.

Earlier in & nbsp; this day, Deputy Prime Minister of Slovakia Richard Sulik said that & nbsp; the government of the country due to & nbsp; complex epidemiological Situation decided to introduce from & nbsp; 25 & nbsp; November on & nbsp; two weeks a nationwide lockdown. The restrictions include a ban on & nbsp; leaving & nbsp; at & nbsp; at night, canceling mass events in & nbsp; culture and & nbsp; sports, closing catering and & nbsp; services, and & nbsp; also stores, except those that sell essential items.