The Italian government has passed a decree forcing all medical workers to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.
This is reported by Ctvnews.
In case of refusal, they face temporary suspension from work and refusal of cash payments.
“The purpose of the event is to maximize the protection of both medical personnel and those who are in an environment that may be more at risk of infection,” the report says.
At the same time, the government has established at the legislative level the provision that, if all the rules of vaccination are observed, doctors are not responsible for the occurrence of side effects.
It is also noted that in areas with high vaccination rates, the authorities may relax some quarantine restrictions.
Earlier, the WHO said that the pace of vaccination against COVID-19 on the European continent remains unacceptably slow.
We also wrote that in Sicily, local authorities falsified data on the dead from COVID-19 to avoid lockdown.