Italy sounds alarm on vaccinations

Health authorities concerned.

Only about 95 per cent of Italy's population is now vaccinated against a number of dangerous infectious diseases. Compulsory vaccinations for school children – against tetanus, diphtheria, polio and hepatitis B – were abolished in 1999 but could be reintroduced.

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