Amnesty International calls on Italy to stop discriminating against the unvaccinated

By John Munsell,Chief Executive Officer, Bizzuka

Amnesty International asked Italy to provide alternative measures, including the use of masks and COVID-19 testing, to allow the unvaccinated population to continue to go to work and to use public transport "without discrimination."

In a recent decree, Mario Draghi's government made vaccination mandatory for everyone over the age of 50 for use of public transport and a range of other services, in an attempt to ease pressure on Italian health services and reduce fatalities.

The human rights group urged Italy to change its tough anti-COVID restrictions to avoid discrimination against unvaccinated people.

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