- Vaccination mandatory for school employees
- Vaccination mandatory for law enforcement and military personnel
Rome: The Italian government, which is facing the havoc of the Corona virus, has decided to impose some restrictions on those people who have not yet received the anti-Covid-19 vaccines to prevent the spread of this virus infection and bring the economy back on track. According to the new guidelines, from December 6, people will have to show proof of recent recovery from Kovid-19 or vaccination to eat in restaurants, go to cinema halls or watch any sporting event.
The new rules make vaccinations mandatory for law enforcement, military and all school workers. Earlier vaccination was mandatory only for health care workers and teachers. Prime Minister Mario Draghi said that these steps are necessary to stop the slow but steadily increasing cases of infection and get the European Union’s third-largest economy back on track.
“We have started to return to normalcy and we want to maintain it,” Draghi told a news conference. Health Minister Roberto Speranza acknowledged that Italy is doing better than many of its neighbors, Also said that the country has learned that proactive and preventive measures are necessary to deal with the global pandemic.
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