Italy bans unvaccinated kids from school


Schools across Italy have been ordered to turn away unvaccinated children under strict new laws that went into effect Monday. Under the country’s so-called Lorenzin law — named after the former health minister who introduced it — children will now be required to receive a range of immunizations in order to attend school. These vaccines…

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