(by Raymond Wolfe | LifeSite News) – The Italian government has decreed that COVID-19 vaccination will be compulsory for all residents over the age of 50 by mid-February, making Italy one of just a few European countries to impose a blanket COVID vaccine mandate for residents. Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s cabinet approved the measure Wednesday, requiring all workers 50 years old and up to present a health certificate showing that they have been jabbed or have recently recovered from the virus, or face unpaid suspension. Unemployed residents over 50 will also have to be vaccinated, though it is not yet […]

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