The Italian Senate finally passed a law on compulsory vaccination of the population.

The Italian Senate finally passed a law on compulsory vaccination of the population.
The text of the bill was adopted with 296 votes “for”, 92 “against” and 15 abstentions. Against the decree were the deputies of the parties “5 stars” and the “League of the North”.
In Italy, a bill was passed on mandatory vaccination of the population, which now became a full-fledged law. The text of the bill was adopted with 296 votes “for”, 92 “against” and 15 abstentions. Against the decree were the deputies of the parties “5 stars” and “the League of the North, the deputies of the parties” The Brothers of Italy “were upset at the vote. and “Italian Left”. The announcement of the results of the vote was met with prolonged exclamations and applause from the Democratic Party.
“The adoption of the law on vaccines will increase the level of protection of the health of Italian families,” – wrote Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni on Twitter.
Beatrice Lorenzin, Minister of Health, is also satisfied with the course of events: “I am glad that we have achieved this. Today we have made a step forward to protect our children from very serious diseases that still exist. ”
Measures provided by the law on vaccines.
After 18 years, the vaccination of children in Italy becomes mandatory. Information about all the vaccines that will be implemented will be needed for parents of children to enroll children in kindergartens and nurseries (0-6 years), and will also cover primary and secondary schools to varying degrees.
Obligatory vaccinations are 10. This is a vaccination against poliomyelitis, diphtheria, tetanus, hepatitis B, pertussis, influenza type b, measles, rubella, mumps, chicken pox.
Then the Ministry of Health recommends and offers free of charge other 4 immunization vaccines: from meningococcus B and C, pneumococcus and rotavirus.
All mandatory vaccinations are free of charge for all categories of the population.
From immunizations are released from children immunized as a result of a natural disease, and those that are at risk for health reasons.
Penalties – If the parents do not vaccinate their children, the director of the school must report the violation in ASL. ASL contacts with parents for a conversation. If the parent does not give his consent again, the child is expelled from the school, and parents are fined from 100 to 500 euros.
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I support! Given that every day there are news that someone died of meningitis, it was long overdue.
In the twenty-first century, hundreds of citizens will not have to be killed in order to gain the desired power over the masses, it is enough only to buy TV channels and with their help raise future generations of slaves. @ David Rockefeller.


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