A Politician Who Opposes Mandatory Chickenpox Vaccinations Just Got Chickenpox – ScienceAlert

An Italian politician who vehemently opposes compulsory vaccinations is currently dealing with a dose of his own medicine, or lack thereof. In the very same week that Italy began enforcing its new school vaccination rules, one of the policy’s most vocal critics was diagnosed and hospitalised with chickenpox. The timing couldn’t have been worse for Massimiliano Fedriga, a senior leader in Italy’s right-wing Northern League party. After months of fierce debate, the country had just implemented the so-called Lorenzin law, which requires all school children to be immunised against a dozen preventable diseases, one of which is chickenpox. Without these vaccinations, ...

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