Italy’s uphill battle to force health workers to get vaccinated

The Rome government decided to take a tough stance on 31 March, approving emergency legislation to make coronavirus vaccines mandatory for all health care workers, including pharmacy staff. Those who refuse can be transferred to another job without risk of spreading infections, or suspended without pay for up to a year.
The government said the rules were intended to „protect both medical staff and those who are in environments that may be more exposed to the risk of infection.“


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