Italy: 'No obligation to vaccinate' — Hundreds of anti-vaxxers protest compulsory vaccination law

Italy: 'No obligation to vaccinate' — Hundreds of anti-vaxxers protest compulsory vaccination law Hundreds of protesters rallied in central Rome to protest against a law that would make vaccines compulsory, Tuesday, as the Constitutional Court of Italy met to discuss the law's constitutional legitimacy. The crowd of anti-vax protesters gathered at Bocca della Verita square, where they held... Еще public speeches and voiced their opposition to the new law. Demonstrators hung and carried banners and signs reading anti-vax slogans such as «Nothing is compulsory on my son's skin» and «Freedom of choice — No vaccine obligation.» While addressing the crowd, Doctor Paolo Rossaro labelled the law as «unfair,» adding that «[The members of the Constitutional Court] will be called before history to answer for crimes against humanity.» An anti-vax protester commented on the Constitutional Court's decision by saying that «something as important as vaccination can't be decided by the State. Parents must bear the responsibility of their own children.» The Constitutional Court has decided to adjourn the discussion to the following day.

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