Italy has banned unvaccinated children from attending school

Otherwise, parents face a fine.

According to the new Italian law, children who have not been vaccinated can’t attend school. Procedures must be confirmed by the certificate. This is reported by the world media.

The entry into force of the new law due to the fact that in Italy there is an increased incidence of measles. By law, the number of vaccinated people increased.

Now before visiting the schools kids have to do some mandatory vaccines, which include vaccines against chickenpox, rubella, polio, etc.

At the same time, children from 16 years can’t stop to attend school, but their parents will face a fine for the lack of vaccinations in children.

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