The anti-Covid vaccination obligation “is certainly an option. The vaccination obligation in Italy already exists for 11 vaccines. I remember that it must be decided with an ordinary law of the Parliament, so we need a necessary parliamentary time”. So the virologist Giorgio Palù, president of the Italian drug agency Aifa, replied to Sky Tg24 to a question about the possibility that the obligatory nature of Prime Minister Mario Draghi could be a likely scenario already in October.
“Faced with a pandemic with 4 and a half million deaths, with 130 million infected subjects, which has devastated the world, I believe that thinking of a vaccination obligation” against Covid-19, “from a scientific point of view, is very rational “, said again, guest of ‘Buongiorno’.