Sardinia opposes Italian immunity passports


In late May, shortly before Italian domestic travel was set to reopen, Stefano Bonaccini, the governor of Emilia-Romagna, called Sardinia’s proposed health passports “unmanageable”, although Sicily and some other southern regions popular among tourists were also in favour of using them to ensure that the virus did not spread from hard-hit northern areas such as Emilia-Romagna, Veneto, and Lombardy. Bonaccini also objected to characterising some regions as virus spreaders.
Writer: ANSA
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