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Covid-19: Italy will make immunization mandatory for more than 50 years
© Pixabay Covid-19: Italy will make immunization mandatory for more than 50 years The Italian government, confronted with COVID-19 contaminations up sharply, decided on Wednesday, January 5, to introduce the immunization obligation for all persons over the age of 50. A strong measure for the first European country hardly affected by CIVID-19.
it emptied the contents of his syringes before getting his antivax patients, allowing them to get a vaccinal pass. View on Euronews
A Palermo nurse was arrested Saturday by the Italian police for making false anticovid vaccine injections to several people, allowing them to get a vaccinal pass.
As the images published by the Italian police show, it would have emptied the contents of its syringes before simulating an injection into the arm of its patients.
According to the investigators, people who received these false vaccines were known to be antivax, but wanted their health certificate. The nurse in question would also have received a false dose of vaccine recall.
Coronavirus in Italy: The country establishes the immunization obligation for more than 50 years
Italy has recorded in recent days high numbers of new positive cases: more than 189,000 Wednesday and more than 170,000 Tuesday. Faced on the rise of coronavirus contaminations, in particular because of the Omicron Variant, Italy decided on Wednesday to introduce the vaccine obligation for all persons over the age of 50 .
A nurse of the same vaccination center, the "Fiera del Mediterraneo", had also fallen in December in the nets of justice.
A similar case was revealed a few days ago to Ancona, where a nurse had made last December injections last December 50 people, in exchange for money. As the images of the law enforcement show, the nurse empties the contents of his syringe in a jump before proceeding with the so-called injection.
In this file four intermediaries were arrested, and 18 000 euros were seized by the police who also put in place on several falsified vaccine pass.
In Italy The vaccinal pass is necessary to access many places, and vaccination is mandatory for over 50 years. The peninsula currently records more than 200,000 daily contaminations at CVIV-19.
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