Italian employers offer factories to Vaccinate against Coronavirus

Italian employers offer factories to Vaccinate against Coronavirus

The president of the Italian employers’ association Confindustria, Carlo Bonomi, has offered the factories to advance the vaccination plan against the coronavirus in the country and has calculated that 12 million people could be immunized, between employees and their families, if there are sufficient doses.

This has been announced in an interview published today by the Italian newspaper “La Repubblica” in which he maintains that “the employees of the companies that Confindustria represents are about 5.5 million people” and that if one considers “2.3 components by family nucleus “, it would be possible” to vaccinate more than 12 million people “.
“We are ready to offer the factories to local authorities for use in the vaccination campaign,” he says.
The president of the Italian employers’ association believes that the country should use “congress centers, airports, railway stations” and all large “existing structures” to advance the vaccination campaign and not leave it exclusively to hospitals and Health centers.
At the moment, Italy has administered 3,439,703 doses and immunized 1,327,332 people with the two necessary to protect against COVID-19.
In parallel, he pronounces on the Government of Prime Minister Mario Draghi, and argues that “he will listen to companies because he is well aware of their value and what the Italian industrial system represents”, while trusting that it will promote the tables of dialogues between social agents.
It also talks about the prohibition of dismissals for economic reasons and the extension of the “integration fund” system (a coverage system for people who have lost their jobs or seen their working hours reduced), two measures that are in effect until next March 31 and that the unions ask to expand.
Bonomi believes that they cannot be extended for all sectors, but only for those most affected, and believes that the real solution is to implement a reform of the “universal social protection mechanisms, valid for all workers in all sectors.” , and effective active employment policies, “in close collaboration with the public and private sectors.”
Finally, he criticizes the paralyzed situation in which the airline Alitalia finds itself, in bankruptcy administration since May 2017 for its financial problems, and says that “it cannot be supported forever.”
“In the last 50 years they have been given almost 4,000 million euros of public money, without at any time having raised a credible industrial plan. With less than 3,000 million NASA has gone to Mars,” he concludes.
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