Switzerland votes on Sunday on the Green pass: the Swiss electorate is in fact called to the polls to rule on a series of changes to the Covid law, including the legal basis for the Covid certificate.
According to the media, the Swiss electorate is the first in the world to vote on the Green pass.
But it is not the first time that the Swiss have voted on health measures to fight the pandemic: on June 13, the coronavirus law had already been submitted to a popular vote.
Back then, it had been accepted with over 60% of the vote.
Next Sunday, therefore, citizens will again be called upon to express their opinion on the law after the legislative changes adopted in March by parliament and against which a referendum was launched.
The most contested change concerns the legal basis on the Covid certificate.
As in other countries, the Covid certificate - which certifies vaccination, a negative test or recovery - is regularly contested in street demonstrations, but according to the latest polls, even the new version of the law should overcome the obstacle of the polls and be approved by 61% of voters.
38% are against it and 1% remain undecided.