In Italy, parents will no longer have to provide state-run schools with a doctor’s note to show that their children have been vaccinated. This measure was announced on Thursday by Giulia Grillo, Italy’s health minister. Italian virologist Roberto Burioni speaks to Carol Hills from San Raffaele University in Milan.
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