A program giving more freedom to vaccinated people unveiled
People who have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 will be able to enjoy more freedom in their entertainment and leisure time, according to a plan unveiled by the government on Tuesday that aims to speed up the coveted immunity wall and encourage greater grip vaccines.
Presenting the plan which was developed with the participation of the Greek Bioethics Committee and the Health Expert Committee advising the government on coronavirus policy, Minister of State Giorgos Gerapetritis said the program includes a set of measures which will effectively force companies to choose whether they target only immune customers, who will have greater freedom, or also unvaccinated customers, who will be subject to restrictions.
People who can show they are fully immune (from two weeks after their last or only stroke) or have recovered from Covid-19 in the past six months, he said, will have access to indoor places such as cinemas, cinemas and stadiums in greater numbers and – in some cases only – without having to wear a mask.
So-called mixed sites, Gerapetritis added, will require a negative coronavirus test before allowing entry of unvaccinated people and will also have greater capacity restrictions.
Companies will have to register the system they will implement on a central government platform.
The device is part of a larger plan to increase immunization coverage, which includes an awareness campaign on the importance of getting vaccinated against Covid-19 in order to protect yourself and others and to return compulsory vaccination for certain groups such as employees of health and care establishments. houses.