The San Siro is said to be Scala football. This time it really will be. On December 7, as Macbeth and President Sergio Mattarella host the latest version of Prima as head of state, anti-Covid security protocols are being developed in La Scala to prevent quarantines similar to those used in the world of football. Protocols “We have worked very hard with Sacco Hospital and Professor Giuliano Rizzardini since the start of the epidemic and we are cooperating with Ats,” said Superintendent Dominic Meyer. For this reason, there will be more tampons in the room for those who cannot keep a mask on, not once every three days but once every two days. Stores for those who deal with artists even if they are not long. And in case of infection, the idea is to use “a system similar to that of a football where all the contacts are not isolated but entered into a bubble”. Next, we call on all Piermarini employees to exercise the utmost caution. Regarding the masks, if Lombardi remains in the white zone “the orchestra will keep the mask, with the exception of the trumpets which will remove it during the game – added the moderator – while on stage they will not have it because the director David Livermore does everything to keep him your distance. The basic rule in protocols is distance and we want to follow it even if it is very difficult. However, news of the excellent numbers arrives from the box office at the premiere and on the stage. Dominic Meyer explained that all of the race reruns have already been sold and that “we also hit our subscription target”. national campaign of advertising spots to invite Italians to return to the stage, with the Minister of Culture Dario Franceschini. According to the minister, with the increase in victims, the “strictest” measures have become “urgent”. He explained that the decision is up to the government and parliament, but “I think it’s fair to differentiate between who has the green pass because he was vaccinated and who took the swab.”


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