The effect of the No Green pass on infections in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Fedriga: “So we end up in the yellow zone”. Saturday meeting in Gorizia
In the last seven days in Friuli Venezia Giulia, the average of new cases has risen to 269 per day. Since October 27, the new cases have returned to above 200, with the peak reached last Saturday of 406 new contacts. An increasingly worrying situation that comes after the various No Green pass events in the region, from Trieste to Gorizia, and which do not know a stop even for the next few days. «We will be in the yellow zone in a short time – commented the governor Massimiliano Fedriga – we do not want to prohibit the right to express one’s opinion, but this must happen within the rules. Violent acts must be condemned and prosecuted without delay, but the rules are also those of avoiding behaviors that do, as has unfortunately happened and is continuing to happen, increase the contagion: this is unacceptable. Few cannot limit everyone’s freedom ». Fedriga, focusing on the protests of the No Green pass and on the possibilities that a possible passage in the yellow zone would impose on the gatherings, added: “In the white zone the Regions cannot issue more restrictive measures, but in the case of the yellow zone the Region will intervene to go to limit risks due to the increase in infections. Our goal – he concluded – as a regional system is to prevent new closures and therefore we will work so that the irresponsibility of a few does not result in damage for all ».
Fear in Gorizia
He fears a spike in contagion Rodolfo Ziberna, mayor of Gorizia, the city that will host a No Green pass event next Saturday, November 13th. In the last week, the incidence in the province has risen to 94 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. “I hope that I hope not to be with those very unpleasant, execrable implications recorded in Trieste – underlined Ziberna, speaking of – dangerous fanaticism”. He then said that from the pharmacists who perform the swabs, “in full respect of privacy, of course, I learned that some of the current positives come from the protests in Trieste. It goes without saying that the Gorizia-Trieste supply chain is immediate ». Returning to the demonstration on Saturday, the mayor said: “I have always affirmed the sacrosanct right to express their opinions and to demonstrate, but before that there is the sacrosanct right to support the health and safety of their citizens, out of common sense even before the law. Gorizia is a peaceful city and has hosted events of all kinds, it absolutely does not want to witness a scene of indecent violence. Traders are on their knees first for the crisis and then for Covid, we cannot add further tragedies, it is not possible to block a Saturday afternoon of trading. Those who come to Gorizia must know that violence will not be tolerated. Protests otherwise being civil and polite will never again be authorized such demonstrations ».