Italy. “If I believed in a pandemic …”. The 66-year-old left a message with a message before his death

During the man’s funeral, his niece said her uncle used to hang out in a bar where his friends split into two groups. One persuaded the man to vaccinate and the other agreed with him. After the death of a friend, some coronasceptics decided to vaccinate themselves against COVID-19, reported

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The coronavirus pandemic. Giuca: If I believed in covid, today I would tell a different story

Italian media reports that 66-year-old Giuseppe Giuca from Syracuse, Sicily, died of COVID-19. Before his death, the man decided to warn the coronasceptics and encourage them to take the vaccination in order to avoid his fate. “If I believed in a pandemic, if I believed in covid, today I would tell a different story, but not this one,” we read on the man’s obituary. Before the Italian contracted the coronavirus, he did not believe in the pandemic and disregarded the consequences of contracting the virus, informs the portal. For two weeks, the doctors fought for the life of W³och, but unfortunately they could not save him. When he knew his condition was worsening, he was to ask his family to post a warning in his obituary for other people who would not get vaccinated.

Italy introduces further restrictions for the unvaccinated

The Italian government, in order to prevent the development of the coronavirus pandemic, issued a decree introducing a number of new sanitary restrictions concerning mainly unvaccinated people. Prime Minister Mario Draghi emphasized that the pandemic situation in the country was good and that the new restrictions were of a preventive nature.

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The new covid pass, the so-called super green pass, will only be issued to the vaccinated and to those who are immunized because they have suffered from the disease. These documents will no longer be issued based on a negative test result as before. In practice, this means that the unvaccinated will not be able to enter restaurants, bars, gyms, sports halls and stadiums. The ban also applies to public gatherings and celebrations, cinemas, theaters, museums, discos and hotels. A certificate of negative test result will be accepted only in public transport and at work. Compulsory vaccinations will apply to all health care workers and associates, school staff, the police and the military. The decree will be in force from December 6 to January 15 next year.

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