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Italy may eventually make vaccine compulsory for all, Draghi says
© Cyprus Mail | Italy may eventually make vaccine compulsory for all, Draghi says

Italy may eventually make COVID-19 inoculations compulsory for everyone of eligible age, and plans to start administering booster vaccine shots later this month to vulnerable people, Prime Minister Mario Draghi said on Thursday.
The government has already made it mandatory for medical workers to get vaccinated if they want to be paid, but Draghi said everyone may be obliged to get a shot when EU health authorities give full approval to the vaccines.
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