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Covid, Zaia-Salvini controversy. The governor of Veneto: “All the hospitalized in the last few hours are unvaccinated”

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“We have hospitalized many 50-year-olds, but they are all unvaccinated: let’s not let our guard down. I can’t see those gatherings that I see and that look like the Liberation Day. I have a moral obligation to say things as they are. All the hospitalized in the last few hours are unvaccinated: this is the reality ». The words are those of the governor of Veneto in Lega share, Luca Zaia, who in the course of an interview with ReteVeneta he reaffirmed his total confidence in the vaccination system.

A statement, that of the president of Veneto, which seems a response to the no-vax winks of the leader of his party Matteo Salvini.

Salvini: “No impositions”

«We are working to protect health and work. So to encourage the millions of Italians over 60 who are still discovered to get the vaccine, without talking about fines, obligations, closures, bans “said the leader of the Carroccio in Piazza del Popolo in Rome for the collection of signatures on referendums concerning justice. “I have read gruesome proposals for mandatory vaccination for 13-year-olds and teachers. I hear incredible proposals for layoffs of workers, of workers. Protecting health yes, but using the Green pass to exclude 30 million Italians from social life by decree, absolutely not. These people are not no-vaxes, they simply haven’t been able to get vaccinated yet. Then proceed gradually ”

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