1.8 million Italians over the age of 50 are facing fines for being unvaccinated.
“Unvaccinated Italians over the age of 50, around 1.8 million people, face one-off fines of $111 for being caught not having taken a coronavirus jab,” reports Breitbart News.
“After February 15th, the fines will increase to between 600 (£499/$668) and 1,500 euros (£1,248/$1,671) for those who go to work without the ‘super Green Pass’ health passport, which is only eligible to fully vaccinated people or those who have recovered from the Chinese coronavirus,” reports Breitbart News.
“Around a million workers over the age of 50 also face being suspended from work if they cannot prove they have been fully vaccinated. Approximately 500,000 Italians aged 60 to 70 are said to not even have taken a single dose of the Wuhan coronavirus vaccine,” reported Breitbart News.
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“As of February 1st, Italians looking to access banks or post offices will be required to present a Green Pass, which will mean that pensioners looking to pick up their pensions in person will have to show the health pass in order to access their money,” according to Breitbart News.