On January 8, 2021, Italy mandated the mRNA gene therapy injections billed as Covid “vaccines” for people over 50 years old. The left-wing government also shut down most of public life for the unvaccinated. Its leaders proudly bragged they would be the first country within the European Union to force citizens to take the experimental and controversial injections.
Italy’s government reports that 89.41% of the population over 12 years of age are vaccinated, and therefore only about 10% have not undergone the controversial injections.
In the following video, Renato Brunetta, the minister of Public Administration in the government of Prime Minister Mario Draghi, announces the new vaccine mandates and green pass obligations:
Blaming the Unvaccinated
“We want to slow down the growth of the contagion curve and push Italians who still aren’t vaccinated to do so,” stated PM Mario Draghi. Furthermore, the left-wing leader declared, “We are acting particularly on age groups that are most at risk of hospitalization, to reduce pressure on hospitals and save lives.”
Draghi has continuously blamed much of his country’s Covid problems on the small percentage of “unvaccinated” Italians. He recently made the false claim that “Most of the problems we have today depend on the fact that there are unvaccinated ones. Unvaccinated people have a much greater chance of developing it.”
However, the “vaccine” does not protect people from Covid but increases the chances of infection from Omicron and hospitalization. Furthermore, Pfizer’s CEO Albert Bourla just announced today that “two doses of the vaccine offers very limited protection, if any.” Now he is claiming that “three doses with a booster offer reasonable protection against hospitalization and deaths. Less protection against infection.”
New Super Green Passes
The government has also tightened its green passes obligations which show people’s proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test. The “new super green passes” are required to do practically anything; the unvaccinated are no longer free not to get vaccinated.
The passes are required to enter banks, public and private offices, and shops. The unvaccinated also will not be able to take ships, trains, and planes as well as buses, subways, and trams. Italians will have to show them to go everywhere, except to buy groceries.
The unvaccinated can not enter restaurants and bars, cinemas and theaters, swimming pools, gyms, changing rooms, team sports, stadiums, sports halls, museums and exhibitions, wellness centers, spas, cultural centers, and social and recreational centers.
The green pass will also be mandatory for amusement parks, game rooms, betting rooms, bingo halls, and casinos. They will also be required for hotels and all accommodation facilities, wedding parties, and religious ceremonies. In addition, they are needed for festivals and fairs and ski lifts.
Police in Rome hunt for the unvaccinated people on public busses:
The authorities search for the unvaccinated in restaurants:
Starting on February 15, public and private-sector workers need to show proof of vaccination or recent recovery to access their workplace. People who don’t follow the rules will be suspended from work without pay but won’t be dismissed. However, they also risk an administrative sanction from € 600 to € 1,500 and disciplinary consequences.
The government has announced Covid measures that do not support science in Italian schools. In the presence of a positive case in Kindergartens, activities are suspended for ten days. In Elementary schools, when there are two or more positives, distance learning is provided for the whole class for ten days. In Highschools, if there are three cases in the same class, school is suspended for ten days for everyone.
Europe Moves Towards Mandating Covid ‘Vaccines’
Elsewhere in Europe, Austria has announced it will mandate the vaccine for those over 14 years old from next month. The unvaccinated can be fined up to 2000 euros each time they are caught out in public without the proper vaccine documentation. In addition, the government can ticket the same individuals several times a day. As previously reported, if you refuse to pay your fine, offenders will be thrown in a special prison for unvaccinated people for up to one year. Meanwhile, on January 16, 2021, Greece will begin forcing citizens over-60s to get the jab.