The Italian government has announced mandatory vaccinations for doctors, nurses, hospital support staff and pharmacists, APE-MPE reports.
The measures taken by the authorities in the fight against coronavirus concern not only employees of the national health system, but also the personnel of private diagnostic centers and clinics in Italy.
All employees who refuse to be vaccinated will be transferred to work that does not involve contact with vulnerable groups and patients, or their professional activities and salaries will be suspended until 31.12.2021.
Simultaneously with this decree, the Italian government enshrined at the legislative level the provision that, subject to all the prescribed vaccination rules, doctors are not responsible for the occurrence of possible side effects.
Until the end of April, restrictive measures and a ban on the movement of citizens are in effect throughout the country. They can be weakened earlier than the established date, if the epidemiological situation allows. From April 6, after Catholic Easter, it is planned to open kindergartens, elementary schools and gymnasiums A ‘.