Among the many consequences of covid there is also the couple crisis. Yes, the pandemic is also affecting marital relationships. The alarm comes from the lawyer Gian Ettore Gassani, president of AMI, the Italian Matrimonial Association: “In this period of Covid pandemic – he explains – crises that arise from the diversity of views between the spouses on the need are unfortunately increasingly frequent of the vaccine, especially for children “. The covid and, previously the lockdown, are putting the Italian family to a severe test.
According to AMI in 2020 there was an increase in separations respor by 2019 by 60%. Of these, 40% are for marital infidelity, even virtual, 30% for family violence and 30% for other causes to aggravate the situation also the age-old question of vaccines: “After the cases of minor children who have turned to the court to obtain the vaccine pass against the will of no-vax parents – explains Gassani – now disturbing scenarios are opening up in the adversity of many couples, married and unmarried, who risk shattering due to different ideas about the vaccine and the green card ” .
Gassani recalls that “couples break out in the summer, so much so that in September of each year there is a surge in separation procedures (25% of the annual number)” and “it is presumed that these numbers could increase in the vaccine and spouses no-vax »concludes President Ami.
Last updated: Wednesday 28 July 2021, 4:14 pm
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