Protests erupt in Milan against the mandatory 'Green Pass'

Hundreds of people took to the streets of Milan, Italy, yesterday (October 16), to protest against the "Green Pass", a COVID-19 health certificate that is now required to access any workplace. Demonstrators sing "No Green Pass" and "Freedom" as they march across the city at night time. The new measure is considered one of Europe's toughest anti coronavirus regulations. Workers who don't want to get their jabs will have to take frequent coronavirus tests. It is estimated that 3.8 million workers haven't been vaccinated in the country.

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