Discos ready to restart tomorrow: the entertainment sector is ready Play the music back. It would not be necessary to wait for a new clause to reopen the door, as this would be a corollary to its February 10 deadline. “We are ready to start again, but there are difficulties and they are many” Says the president of the Silb (Italian Dance Club Federation) in Trentino Martina Marusi.
The freezing shower was for nightclubs and dance halls Just arrived for the Christmas holidays, which can represent “A breath of fresh airFor the entire sector, It was forced to close for nearly two years due to the pandemic. Another two months of shutdowns that weighed like a rock to businesses and workers already trying very hard.
“We are happy to get our work back on track; We want to pick up where we left off. Our businesses are safe places to have fun and the only antidote to malamovida. Although discos and ballrooms were closed, the boys would find themselves spending the night in the streets and squares, because they had no alternatives. We want to give young people the opportunity to rediscover the social that has been missing in recent years.” Martina Marusi’s comments. (in the pictures)
Confcommercio estimated around 200 million The cost of closing this winter nationwide. An alarming figure which corresponds to 25% of the annual turnover. President Silp also expresses her opinion on the measures that the government will have to implement in the coming months for the benefit of the sector.
So far – explains Marusi – the immediate and sufficient support is no longer sufficient to guarantee a future for this sector. We need a long-term vision that re-evaluates organized tourism as a means to recovery. To do this, it is also necessary to deal with some old rules that are no longer in keeping with the times and with what is happening in the European context. I refer in particular to the current legislation governing building capacity (Ministerial Decree of 19 August 1996) which provides for congestion coefficients lower than those envisaged at the European level. This translates to a loss of competitiveness.”
As the head of public institutions Fabia Roman spoke about this issue, Which share a strong interest in the sector: “The only sector that has come to a complete halt for Covid has been entertainment in dance clubs and the like always. This has led to abuses spreading to other less protected places. The recovery of this sector will not be easy. Organized tourism has not worked for two years, like nightclubs It is estimated that it will disappear from the national territory by thousands of thousands. No extension of the Covid fundMoreover, from this point of view, it is a huge problem for tourism companies that have to lay off their employees. Not to mention the failure to extend the moratorium, which exposes many companies to bankruptcy. Added to this is the cost of a healthy bureaucracy that has made us lose the desire for socialism.”
“all of this – Roman President concludes We cannot afford it: the state should pay more attention to this sector. The tourism sector must be protected because it also creates surplus value and profits.”
According to the provisions, discos will be able to hold up to 50% of the capacity indoors and up to 75% outdoors. At the entrance, it will be mandatory to check Enhanced green certification, the so-called supergreen passAnd, inside the building, mask use must be respected in common areas, with the exception of the dance floor: these are the requirements imposed by the government to restart.
However, the sector is looking forward: 50% of capacity is not compatible with business survival, thus we are already working to reach 100% in a short time.
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