Here are some updates regarding the consequences on our community of the latest government measures regarding Coronavirus:
- with the so-called "Cura Italia" Decree of 17 March, the government announced rules to help public bodies to activate digital services more quickly for citizens and businesses and at the same time to start smart working for their employees. A series of measures regarding permits and economic benefits for technical-administrative staff will be communicated shortly by the Sissa Human Resources Office;
-the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Paola De Micheli, signed a Decree (120/2020) March 17, together with the Minister of Health, which mandates people who return to Italy from abroad to self-isolate for the 14 days following their return, even if asymptomatic in regards to COVID-19. The Decree concerns all people who return to our country by any means of transport and who must submit a declaration in which they certify that they are returning to their home or residence for proven work needs or situations of need, or for health reasons. It is also mandatory to communicate to the local health prevention department your entry into Italy to start health surveillance.
All details are available on the following web page: http://www.mit.gov.it/sites/default/files/media/notizia/2020-03/DM_120_2020.pdf
-We also remind you that the Ministry of the Interior published on March 17 a new self-declaration model to be used in the event of movements.
The new form is available on the following Sissa web page: https://www.sissa.it/news/sissa-policies-and-informations-coronavirus
Stefano Ruffo and Gabriele Rizzetto