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Thousands Protest In Rome against Italy's 'Super Green Pass' and Newest Vaccine Mandate

Louis Knuffke : Jan 19, 2022

Citizens also turned out in other cities across the country ahead of new restrictions that will be put in place next month.

airlift(Italy) — [] Italians once more took to the streets of Rome, Milan, and other cities throughout the country on Saturday, January 15, including Turin and Naples, to demonstrate against the recent tightening of "Green Pass" requirements for activities such as travel, dining, shopping, and certain religious ceremonies, as well as the new vaccine mandate by the Italian government for all persons age 50 and over. (Screengrab image)

Beginning Feb. 15, all public and private workers in Italy will be required to have a "Super Green Pass" in order to access their workplace. The "Super Green Pass" can only be obtained by those who have been vaccinated or have recovered from Covid. The unemployed who are older than 50 will also be required to be vaccinated, and the law will apply both to Italian citizens and to foreign residents.

The demonstration in Rome, which drew an estimated 5,000 people, took place in front of the Lateran Basilica, with "No vax" Italian actor Enrico Montesano rousing the crowd with the cry, "People like us never give up."

Bianca Laura Granato, a senator in the Italian conservative political party 5 Star Movement, spoke to those gathered about the corruption in Italy's current parliament... Subscribe for free to Breaking Christian News here

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