COVID: MANDATORY VACCINE Closer and CLOSER. The STAGES that the DRAGHI GOVERNMENT will follow
The MANDATORY VACCINE is getting closer and closerIt goes towards the VACCINATION obligation. The executive headed by Premier Mario Draghi is preparing to extend the obligation of the coronavirus vaccine also for the other categories in addition to those already established.
This however, according to jurists and as also reported by Corriere della Sera, it would be possible to implement it quickly with one legge ad hoc on the basis of constitutional dictates. A path, that of obligation, which aims to block the spread of the contagion still in progress but which sees anyway different positions even among experts, some of which consider a more appropriate obligation only for specific categories. Draghi himself confirmed that we are going in the direction of an extension of the anti-Covid immunization obligation, together with health minister Roberto Speranza, in a press conference held to take stock of the resumption of the new school year as well. Currently, the vaccination obligation is foreseen for doctors and health personnel, and the suspensions of unvaccinated white coats have already started. For teachers, on the other hand, a green pass is required. What will happen now? The ball goes to Parliament because it is a political issue rather than a legal one. The obligation could also take effect shortly, by the end of September or early October.
The obligation is currently not present in any country, but others may soon adapt as well. After the last mandatory vaccine introduced in Italy in the 90s against hepatitis b, the most recent example dates back to the 2017 law of the then Minister of Health Beatrice Lorenzin, who introduced a vaccination obligation for school attendance limited to vaccines of the first years of life, such as that against tetanus, diphtheria and measles.