Italian nurse pretends to be vaccinated against Covid at more than 9 thousand pesos; stop it
a Nurse that I was pretending to be Vaccination against Covid-19 For 400 euros (more than nine thousand pesos). Police said she was arrested on Tuesday in Palermo, Sicily, Italy.
The anti-vaccinators in Sicily prompted the nurse to apply the dose in order to obtain Required certificate for some professions.
The police used a hidden camera To record the nurse, who is observed emptying the vaccine syringe into a tissue before placing the needle on a person’s arm.
“We have uncovered the dark and fraudulent conspiracies of these obstinate No-Fax (anti-vaccine) people who do not hesitate to break the law,” Palermo Police Commissioner Leopoldo Laricia said in a statement.
In an effort to curb the spread of Covid-19, the government has taken action Vaccines are mandatory for health workers, educators, law enforcement officers and the military.
Italy tightened restrictions on people not yet vaccinated on December 6, limiting their access to a variety of places and services, including indoor seating in Bars, restaurants, museums, cinemas, clubs and sporting events.
About 81% of Italians received one or two doses, one of the highest rates in Europe, while 26% of the population received a booster dose.
As pressure increases to get vaccinated, there are reports of people trying to cheat the system.
Earlier in December, a dentist appeared at a vaccination center in northern Italy with fake silicone arm, hoping to trick a nurse into giving him a vaccine to get a health certificate for Covid-19.
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