Italy’s final vote: No mandatory vaccines

 

League leader Matteo Salvini called required vaccines “useless” and said they were “in many cases dangerous, if not harmful”.

Now, they won’t be required.

By a vote of 148 to 110 in the upper house of parliament, Italy has squashed mandatory vaccine laws and aims to be “more inclusive. READ MORE…

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NOTE:  The Democratic party passed the original mandatory vaccine law in June of 2017, but now, a year later and in the midst of a revolution in Italy, parents will no longer have to comply. The Democrats originally used a measles outbreak as the fuel for the law’s passage.

VLA Comment:  Check out the summary of Italian commission report…

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