Italy’s far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said last Friday that the policy of obligatory vaccinations for children prior to going to school is “useless” and in many cases “dangerous.”
Salvini announced that he will be reviewing legislation, allowing children in nurseries to avoid the 10 obligatory vaccines, giving parents a choice.
Italian law currently does not allow children to progress from nurseries to public schools without undertaking the 10 vaccinations regime. Vaccinations cov...

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