To go to the bank from 1 February 2022 it will be necessary to have the Green pass and each bank will promptly inform customers of the obligation to possess green certification for access to the branch with a text message, online, an email.
Thus the agreement reached by ABI and the General Secretaries of Fabi, First-Cisl, Fisac-Cgil, Uilca, Unisin, as part of the continuous joint analysis on the issues related to the Covid-19 pandemic.
With the agreement, the parties adjusted the measures in banking sector for the protection of the health and safety of female workers and customers in the bank, in light of the evolution of the health situation and the recently adopted regulatory measures.
“In today’s meeting – underlines Salvatore Poloni, President of the ABI Labor and Trade Union Affairs Committee – the profitable in-depth studies started with the trade unions started from the beginning of the pandemic to counter the spread of the Covid-19 virus in the our sector. With the trade unions – continues Poloni – we have today shared measures to continue to ensure the safe conduct of banking activities and support for the economy, also with reference to the start-up phase of the obligation for customers to possess Covid-19 green certifications. to access the banking and financial and postal services“.
Bank: the rules with the green pass
Pursuant to the agreement, the banks will inform customers on the need to have the green pass to access the services from 1 February, they will define the procedures for carrying out the verifications, at the same time providing indications to its staff also for the management of any situations of tension, including the prompt involvement of police.
In confirming the importance of the use of “remote” channels, the Parties also agreed that, until 28 February, in the “red” and “orange” areas customer access to the branches will take place using the booking method with appointment, it being understood that the non-programmable needs of the customers themselves will be guaranteed only for cash transactions.
As part of the ongoing joint analysis on the evolution of the emergency and the measures that will be adopted by the competent Authorities, the national parties agreed to meet by February 28 and March 31 2022 to assess the evolution of the situation.
Green pass: what it is, how to get it, how long it lasts
The green COVID-19 certification, or green pass, is the tool that, in Italy, allows you to travel, take public transport and access workplaces, schools, universities, health facilities, restaurants and hotels. It also allows you to take advantage of some services and participate in numerous cultural, recreational and sports activities.
The use of the Covid-19 green certification is essential for access public and private workplaces and to participate in public competitions. The use of the Covid-19 green certification is also necessary to access the facilities of schools and universities.
Among the places whose access will instead remain free without the need for a green pass we find hypermarkets, supermarkets, grocery discount stores, food and beverage retail outlets where on-site consumption will never be allowed, frozen food retail stores, pet and pet food retail stores, retail stores of automotive fuel in specialized stores, Retail sale of sanitary items, Retail sale of medicines in specialized shops, pharmacies and parapharmacies, Retail sale of medical and orthopedic items in specialized shops, Retail sale of optics and equipment Commerce to the detail of fuel for domestic use and for heating.
Although the the government is considering an unlimited duration of the green pass who has taken the third dose. This is because at the moment there are no indications for a possible one fourth dose and to avoid that Italians subsequently have to resort, although vaccinated with three doses, to having to swab every 48 hours to access the workplace, go to the restaurant, to the theater, to take public transport, in short, to do all those activities to for which the green pass is now compulsory.