Itália vai exigir passaporte sanitário para trabalhar. Como em qualquer ditadura, “mostre-me os papéis para poder circular”.
Enquanto isso, na Austrália, o tubo de ensaio para o mundo, a ditadura sanitária é oficial:
If you are not fully vaccinated, you can only visit critical retail premises. These are:
- grocery stores
- shops that mainly sell food or drinks, like butchers, bakeries, fruit and vegetable shops, and delicatessens
- petrol stations
- banks and financial institutions
- hardware and building supplies
- landscaping material supplies
- rural supplies
- shops that mainly sell:
- pet supplies
- newspapers, magazines or stationary (for example, newsagents)
- office supplies
- maternity or baby supplies
- medical or pharmaceutical supplies (for example, chemists)
- alcohol (for example, liquor stores)
- post offices
- garden centres and plant nurseries
- vehicle hire businesses but not businesses that sell vehicles
- shops that mainly carry out repairs of mobile phones
- laundromats and drycleaners.
For any other retail premises, or a business that provides goods or services, you can only visit these premises if the business chooses to offer Click-and-Collect.
If you visit critical retail premises, you must:
- check in with the Service NSW app or provide your contact details to the occupier
- follow the face mask rules.
Hairdressers, beauty salons and massage premises
If you are not fully vaccinated you cannot visit a retail hairdresser, beauty salon or massage premises.
Restaurants and hospitality
Hospitality premises, such as casinos, restaurants, cafes, function centres, food courts, take away food and drink premises, kiosks, micro-breweries or small distilleries, cellar doors, pubs, registered clubs, and small bars can re-open to customers to consume food and beverages on premises.
If you are not fully vaccinated you cannot visit a hospitality venue except for take away.
The rules for work change on Monday 11 October 2021:
- a travel registration is not required
- you can work anywhere in NSW
- if a workplace can open, it may need to follow the rules for COVID-19 Safe Check in
- vaccination rules for business may apply. The vaccination rules for business are different for businesses in Greater Sydney and regional and rural NSW
- Follow the face mask rules.
From 1 November 2021, you must be fully vaccinated to go work.
Events and entertainment
Entertainment facilities, such as a cinema, theatre, musical hall, concert hall, dance hall, or drive-in cinemas, can open.
If you are not fully vaccinated you cannot visit an entertainment facility.
Weddings and religious ceremonies
All people at a wedding must be seated while consuming food and drink. Dancing is permitted.
If you are not fully vaccinated you can only attend a small wedding service.
A small wedding service is a wedding with up to 11 people attending, being:
- the people getting married
- the person marrying them
- two witnesses
- a person to record the service
- 5 guests.
Funerals and memorial services
Do not attend a funeral or memorial service if there are more than 100 people in attendance.
All people at a funeral or memorial service must be seated while consuming food and drink. Dancing is permitted.
If you are not fully vaccinated you can only attend a small funeral or memorial service.
Places of worship
A place of worship can open to members of the public.
If you are not fully vaccinated you cannot attend a place of worship.
Travel and transport
If you are not fully vaccinated you can only travel in a vehicle with people you live with. You are only allowed to share a car with a person you do not live with if it is:
For children under the age of 16 who are not fully vaccinated, you can travel in a vehicle with another person you do not live with. You do not have to carry or produce evidence of your name and address.
Holidays and holiday homes or recreational regional visits
People in Greater Sydney cannot travel beyond Greater Sydney for a holiday or recreational visits including day-trips.
If you want to:
- leave Greater Sydney and enter regional and rural NSW, or
- leave regional and rural NSW and enter Greater Sydney
you need a reasonable excuse.
If you are not fully vaccinated you can use a holiday home or short-term accommodation with people who are from your household.
If you are not fully vaccinated you cannot take a holiday outside the local government area you live in.