Great emotions a Afternoon 5, and tears in profusion. The guest, Signora Maria, is moved, and the hostess cries with her, Barbara D’Urso. In the afternoon talk of Canale 5 there is a great deal of space, as usual, for news and current affairs. In connection there is a school attendant suspended from work in the canteen because she does not want to get vaccinated. As per provisions relating to Green pass, the green certificate is essential for school and university employees even if a very heated negotiation on the consequences of those who do not want to get vaccinated is open between the government and the trade unions right in the hours of the connection to the Afternoon 5.
“I’m not a no vax and I’m not against vaccines – specifies, however, the guest of Afternoon 5 -. But my son had big problems as a child following the polio vaccine. For this reason it was at school bullied and at 17 he took his own life. I have a psychological block, I would like to swab but I can’t afford it because I earn 500 euros a month. I would like gods free tampons“.
The issue is widely debated in recent weeks. Not all “no green passes” are no vax and not all those who do not want to get vaccinated can be placed in the ideological cauldron of anti-vaccine “conspiracy theorists”. And on the free tampons, precisely to meet this fringe of the population, politicians like Matteo Salvini are waging a battle to make those who have been vaccinated and those who have not (yet) done so as safe as possible, guaranteeing rights to both to others in terms of health but also of work.
Mrs. Maria cries in Afternoon 5: watch the video here
“The vaccine is 96 percent safe, if he does he can go back to his beloved job,” the study experts explain. But Mrs. Maria is torn and ends in tears: “I lost a son, it is an inhuman pain”. And even D’Urso cannot hold back the emotion: “Love, I understand you as a mother”.