Is vaccination mandatory for everyone? This is what those who do not risk risk
On the administration of the vaccine against Covid-19 for children between 5 and 11 years old, “the EMA could anticipate a decision between today and tomorrow”, in advance of the scheduled date of 29 November. He affirmed it Giorgio Palù, president of the Italian Medicines Agency and member of the Scientific Technical Committee, to the microphones of SkyTg24. If Ema’s decision arrives within the day after tomorrow, Palù speculated, “from Monday we could have the vaccine for the children“.
And ‘done, take the vaccination also for the children at an early age, despite the doubts of some scientists and experts. But the numbers say that the fourth wave of the pandemic runs above all among the smallest and therefore we need to intervene. But be careful, why the range 5-11 it is already beginning to hypothesize, or at least not to exclude, the obligatory nature of vaccination against Coviddespite the fact that there are still about eight million people under 12 who are not immunized.
Among the hypotheses that circulate, certainly not from December 1st, there is also that of allowing entry into schools, from kindergarten to primary, only to children vaccinated against Covid starting from March, thus giving families three months to comply. Everything will depend ontrend of the pandemic and its spread in younger age groups, but the ban on entering school for unvaccinated children is a solution that is taken into consideration and not excluded a priori.
As well as, again from the beginning of next year, also the compulsory vaccination for all (except those exonerated for medical reasons) it is a hypothesis on the table of the political and health authorities. No physical coercion to get the vaccine (the police would not arrive at home), but – according to what transpires – among the possibilities there would be that of serious consequences for those who, despite the possible obligation imposed by law, persisted in not wanting to do the doses against the coronavirus.
A few examples? They range from pecuniary sanctions, to the loss of work (in particular if public employees), from the curtailment of the pension to the loss of passive electoral right, that is to hold public office. In short, on the day the government launches the Super Green Pass, politics is already thinking about the next few weeks and, if the situation worsens further, about new strict restrictions.
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