One-time one-off fine from 1 February from the Revenue Agency for over fifty-year-olds who do not get vaccinated.
With the text of the decree approved by the Council of Ministers, which has yet to be published in the Official Gazette, the government is working on defining the ways in which the new rules must be implemented. In these hours, a preferential lane is also being studied to allow over 2.2 million over 50s to immunize themselves in time and avoid penalties, a Dpcm with the list of activities that can be accessed without the pass, starting from groceries and pharmacies, a fine from 400 to 1000 euros for those who access without a green certificate to the activities and services in which they are to be used.sanctions for those who, despite the obligation, decide not to get vaccinated. The decree will come into force “the day after its publication”, therefore most likely Saturday 8 January. The obligation is triggered immediately and the penalty for all those who are unable to prove that they are vaccinated, workers and non-workers, explain government sources , and a “one-off” 100 euro starting from February 1st.
The sanction will be imposed by the Revenue Agency by crossing the data of the resident population with those resulting from the regional or provincial vaccination registries. And a strengthening of random checks by the police forces is not excluded. Forces ofmanagement of no vax protests and of those who contest the choices of the government.
On the other hand, on February 15th, the obligation of the super pass to work for all over 50s will start. One month to give everyone, as has already happened for other categories, the possibility of booking the dose and obtaining the pass, which is issued 15 days after the first administration. Therefore, those who have not yet been vaccinated will have to take the first dose by January 31 in order to get the strengthened pass to work. And it is precisely with a view to facilitating vaccination for this age group that the Regions will set up preferential lanes in hubs and pharmacies. As for penalties, the decree provides for the employer who does not check onefine from 400 to 1,000 euros while for the worker who is found in the workplace without a reinforced pass the fine goes from 600 to 1,500 euros .
But fines are also provided for all those who access without a green pass to the services and activities in which it is mandatory to have it: it starts from 400 euros and can go up to a thousand euros. A point that still needs to be clarified is that relating to the activities that can be accessed without the green certificate, those “necessary to ensure the satisfaction of essential and primary needs of the person” and which must be defined with a Dpcm. Sure there will be pharmacies, groceries and supermarkets, but the list could get longer. With the changes introduced in the Cdm, the basic pass, which can also be obtained with a tampon, will be enough to go to the hairdresser, the barber and the beautician (from 20 January), or in a public office, in a shop or to be able to use the services postal, banking and financial (from 1 February).
On the other hand, there is no doubt about the return of smart working massively starting from Monday. The circular signed by ministers Renato Brunetta and Andrea Orlando recommends “the maximum use of agile working methodsfor activities that can be carried out at home or remotely, without prejudice to the need for the employer to guarantee adequate support conditions for the worker and his activity (assistance in the use of equipment, modulation of working times and breaks ) “. As far as the public administration is concerned, the circular emphasizes that each administration is” free to organize its own activities, keeping the user services unchanged “following two pillars:” flexibility and intelligence “.

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