By COLLEEN BARRY
MILAN (AP) – Italy is making life more uncomfortable for the unvaccinated as the holidays approach. Excluding them from restaurants, theaters and indoor museums around New Year’s Eve to control the spread of coronavirus and encourage vaccine skeptics to get vaccinated. Starting from Monday to January 15, Italian police can check to see if diners sitting in restaurants or bars have a “super” health card confirming that they have been vaccinated or recovered from the virus. withdraw or not. Those who have relied solely on recent negative test results are not allowed in. The number of new infections in Italy has increased over the past six weeks, a worrying trend as Italians plan holiday parties and getaways to spend time with friends and family.
https://kesq.com/news/ap-national-news/2021/12/05/unvaccinated-italians-face-new-restrictions-as-holidays-near-2/ Unvaccinated Italians face new restrictions as holidays approach