Health checks in Italy: more than 130 reports
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ROM (dpa-AFX) – In nationwide controls in the health sector, the Italian police tracked down more than 300 employees at work who violated the compulsory vaccination. Of these, the investigators reported 135 doctors, pharmacists and nursing staff to the public prosecutor who came to work despite the existing bans, the Carabinieri announced on Wednesday in Rome. The police also closed six practices and two pharmacies that were still working, although this had previously been prohibited due to violations. The reviews had been going on since November. According to their own statements, the police examined around 6,600 places during this time.
Italy’s government under Prime Minister Mario Draghi had already introduced compulsory vaccination for employees in the health sector in April. At the end of November, she expanded this to include administrative staff in the health facilities. Since December 15th, the staff also need a booster vaccination. Anyone who comes to work unvaccinated risks fines. Those who cannot show the necessary vaccination are initially not allowed to come to work and risk not receiving a salary ./jon/DP/stk
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