Italy: ‘No Vax’ demonstrators decry mandatory vaccines in Rome

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in San Giovanni Square to protest mandatory vaccines in Rome on Saturday. The protesters were seen carrying placards and banners. One demonstrator even wore a mask with a syringe for a nose. Tania, one of the demonstrators and a mother, explained that her «child was born in health, but when she was 3 months old, after being vaccinated, she had a problem: she... Еще began not to speak, not to stay sat by herself, and after chemical analysis she had metals in her blood (2800) and in a child it should be The so-called «Lorenzin Decree», named after Italian Minister of Health Beatrice Lorenzin, was signed on July 7, 2017. The decree requires parents to get their children vaccinated, as well as making vaccinations a pre-requisite for registering children up to the age of six in state schools. If a child's vaccination booklet is not up to date, parents can face steep penalties of up to several hundred euros.

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