Unvaccinated children in Italy banned from preschool under new law

Unvaccinated children in Italy banned from preschool under new law

Unvaccinated children are now banned from attending preschool in Italy, as a new law came into effect this week.The law, passed in 2017 by a previous government, requires children to be vaccinated against 10 diseases in order to attend daycare and nursery school. Without the shots, they must stay home.Story continues below Related

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Unvaccinated children are now banned from attending preschool in Italy, as a new law came into effect this week.The law, passed in 2017 by a previous government, requires children to be vaccinated against 10 diseases in order to attend daycare and nursery school. Without the shots, they must stay home.Story continues below

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