Demonstrations in the city, Wednesday morning in the City Centre, from 10 am, in front of the headquarters of the Ministry for Economic Development, in Via Molise, a sit-in of the metalworkers' unions is planned. As far as the traffic situation is concerned, there will be possible repercussions on the nearby streets, in particular Via Bissolati, Via Veneto, Via di San Basilio and Piazza Barberini. On Friday evening, starting at 8.45 p.m., the Olympic Stadium will host Italy-Switzerland, a qualifying match for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Among the traffic measures adopted are parking bans and possible closures in the Villa Borghese area (Piazzale delle Canestre), where a transport service will be activated for visiting fans. The Foro Italico stadium is served by lines 2 (Piazzale Flaminio metro A/Piazza Mancini), bus lines: 23, 31, 32, 69, 70, 200, 201, 226, 280, 301, 446, 628, 910 and line 911. In relation to public transport, it should also be remembered that on Fridays (as well as Saturdays) the A, B, B1 and C undergrounds operate an extended timetable, with the last journeys from the terminus at 1.30 a.m. At the end of the metro service, as every night on the same routes there are the bus lines nMA (for the metro A), nMB (for the B), nMB1 (for the B1) and nMC (for the C line).Then on Saturday, from 2.30 p.m. to 8.00 p.m., in Piazza di Porta San Giovanni (in the green area on the side of Porta Asinara), a protest demonstration against the green pass will occur. From 3. 00 p.m. to 7.00 p.m., 800 people will march from Piazza dell'Esquilino to Piazza Madonna di Loreto, passing along Via Cavour, Largo Corrado Ricci and Via dei Fori Imperiali. Traffic closures and detours for public transport are possible. The event is called by the Erasmus Italy network for the "promotion of the values of respect and tolerance".