Mixed group opposed to the San Marino green pass; calls for “a comprehensive approach to the health emergency”
In light of the issue of the new COVID Decree, we are of great concern about the introduction, also in San Marino, of the Green Pass, in the absence of data relating to infections and hospitalizations such as to justify this burdensome measure. We have always acted, respecting each other’s institutional roles, with conscience, awareness of the need to constantly monitor the progress of infections but we are equally convinced that in our small reality, as the situation worsens, it is possible to intervene quickly with restrictive measures – moreover already foreseen – to protect the health of our citizens. We believe that an approach to the problem is needed that is able to make use of control tools that do not create distinctions between citizens and that do not favor discrimination or stigmatizations that can only exasperate souls and create inclusion among the population, instead of concentrating efforts exclusively on containing the virus. Before the launch of the Decree, received a series of changes to the text presented, which would need to intervene with subsequent circulars, in order to better understand the scope of the planned interventions to economic operators and citizens. We are convinced that in the decree there are still aspects to be modified and others whose legitimacy we strongly doubt. We believe that the dignity of one’s ideas even in the divergence of points of view, on which a comparison and the search for a dignified synthesis is always desirable, are always from to from the small number or less of those who are the bearers. Lastly, precisely in conjunction with San Marino with proceeding with further vaccination doses and after the introduction, albeit partial, of the green pass, we also intend to reflect on the umpteenth appeal of the WHO, therefore ‘not of any organization, which even in the last few hours, he sees the need for a global approach to the emergency, without proceeding indiscriminately with third doses – but focusing for example on immunocompromised subjects – and particularly with the vaccination campaign on children, as they are not a priority, considering that operators healthcare professionals, the elderly and other at-risk groups around the world are still waiting for their first dose.
Grazia Zafferani, Sandra Giardi, Denise Bronzetti, Rossano Fabbri