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Italy’s inoculation of healthcare sector clarifies law on anti-vaxxers
07/04/2021
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Corona Covid-19 vaccination centre of the Italian Veneto region
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John VDLD
John van der Luit-Drummond is editor-in-chief of International Employment Lawyer

Amid an ongoing, heated debate over compulsory covid-19 vaccinations, the Italian government has approved the mandatory inoculation of healthcare workers in public or private health facilities, pharmacies, and medical practices. The move raises questions over whether other employers can follow suit and, if so, what happens if a worker refuses to be vaccinated?

 


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