Provisions on the overcoming of measures for the containment of the Covid-19 pandemic
Following the Legislative Decree No. 24 of 24 March 2022, new provisions have been issued on the overcoming of measures for the containment of the Covid-19 pandemic, following the cessation of the state of emergency.
In all indoor places, and until 15 June 2022, the use of respiratory protection devices is strongly recommended, as per Circular Note No. 1/22 of the Minister of Public Administration.
The use of such devices is strongly recommended especially in case of gatherings, even occasional, and for staff members who are in contact with the public, or those who carry out their work in rooms with one or more other workers, as well as in lifts, during meetings, and in the presence of any symptoms concerning the respiratory tract.
Until 15 June 2022, the use of respiratory protection devices is required for participation in events held indoors, conferences, and conferral of degrees. In any case, until 30 June 2022, the use of respiratory protective devices is mandatory for staff members who are in contact with persons classified as fragile, and in all those cases in which safety distance cannot be guaranteed.
For the graduation sessions, each candidate may be accompanied by a maximum of 15 family members and/or friends, up to a maximum of 100% of the capacity.
Without prejudice to the vaccination obligation for university staff until 15 June 2022, access to workplaces will take place without checking and exhibiting the green pass.
As regards the management of positive cases, the isolation regime ceases when a rapid or molecular antigen test for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 results negative, which may be carried out also in authorised private health centres. In the latter case, the termination of the isolation regime is determined following the transmission of the report, including via email, with the negative result to the Prevention Department competent for the territory.
For those who have had close contact with confirmed SARS-CoV-2-positive subjects, the self-surveillance regime shall apply, with the obligation to wear FFP2 respiratory protection devices, indoors and during gatherings, up to the tenth day following the date of the last close contact with a confirmed SARS-CoV-2 positive subject, as well as the obligation to carry out a rapid or molecular antigen test for the detection of SARS-CoV-2, also in authorised private health centres, at the first appearance of symptoms and, if they are still symptomatic, on the fifth day following the date of the last contact.