Italy’s Draghi justifies compulsory coronavirus vaccination

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Italy’s government has justified its actions following the extension of compulsory vaccination against the coronavirus to those 50 and over and the controversial reopening of schools. “A lot of the problems we have today are related to the fact that there are unvaccinated people,” Prime Minister Mario Draghi said in Rome on Monday evening. He said the government had decided to make vaccination compulsory for people older than 50 based on data, citing the greater risk to them if infected. In addition, two-thirds of the coronavirus patients in intensive care units were not vaccinated against Cov…

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