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Italy's government targets unvaccinated with restrictions as COVID-19 cases rise

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ROME - The Italian government on Wednesday decided to exclude unvaccinated people from certain leisure activities in a bid to contain rising coronavirus infections and stave off financially crippling lockdowns just as the economy is starting to grow again.Starting Dec.

6, only people with proof of vaccination or of having recovered from COVID-19 can eat at indoor restaurants, and go to the movies or sporting events, excluding the ability to access such venues with just a negative test.A new government decree also made vaccinations mandatory for law enforcement, military and all school employees, among others.

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