On March 31, 2022, after two years and two months, the state of emergency for covid-19 ended. It is no longer necessary to have at least the basic Green pass to enter public offices, shops, banks, post offices, or tobacconists. Farewell to the green certificate also for staying in hotels and accommodation facilities, visiting museums, exhibitions, and libraries, accessing amusement parks and outdoor swimming pools, eating in outdoor restaurants, for go to the barber, hairdresser, and beautician, as well as to get on local public transport, like trams, buses, and metro. There will no longer be General Figliulo’s commissioner structure to manage the vaccination campaign, but it is born the Unit for the completion of the vaccination campaign and for the adoption of other measures to combat the pandemic, led by Major General Tommaso Petroni. Farewell also to the Technical-Scientific Committee, established in February 2020 and protagonist, especially during the first, dramatic year of the pandemic of the decisions that affected the lives of Italians. Adolescence is certainly one of the most important phases of life for a human being: characterized by many changes on a physical, and emotional level and in the complexity of thought. Covid has banned all these good feelings from boys and girls, making them sad, angry, and insecure. By following and respecting all the measures put in place by the government we can fight and defeat covid-19.
The state of emergency ended!
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