Covid: Soon a negative test must be done in addition to the vaccination to go to the cinema and theater in Italy

Covid: Soon a negative test must be done in addition to the vaccination to go to the cinema and theater in Italy

The Italian government intends to take new measures to avoid an increase in cases of the new coronavirus, the Italian press reported on Sunday, amid fears of the spread of the Omicron type of coronavirus.

After the cabinet scheduled for December 23, the head of the Italian Council, Mario Draghi, can decide to require vaccinated people to submit a negative test for Covid to go to places he frequents most, such as stadiums or discos, Corriere della Serra notes.

Negative tests may also be required to go to the cinema and theater and wearing a mask outdoors may be mandatory.

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Back to wearing a mask outdoors?

Currently, people who have been vaccinated or have recently recovered from Covid have free admission to bars, restaurants, museums, cinemas and gyms.

“It is possible very soon to take certain measures, such as the obligatory wearing of a mask even outside (…)One of the government’s scientific advisors told the Corriere della Sera newspaper (Reportage Angelo

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