Italy Britain city Milan covid-19 vaccine reports Italy Britain city Milan

Mum drives nine-year-old daughter to Italy for Covid-19 vaccine

Reading now: 426
www.dailyrecord.co.uk

A mum drove her daughter, aged nine, from the UK to Italy so that her child could receive the Covid-19 vaccine. Alice Columbo took her daughter, who possesses Italian citizenship, on the road trip which spanned hundreds of miles to get jabbed in Milan.

Ms Columbo, who is from Maidstone, Kent, states that she made the journey in order to protect "the most precious thing in the world", as reported by Kent Live.

She went on to say: "I'd rather risk a vaccine we know a fair amount about than take potluck with a virus about which we know very little."The mum also detailed her concern surrounding long Covid, saying: "Why would I not give protection to the most precious thing in the world to me, my daughter, rather than run the risk of her

Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk
The website covid-19.rehab is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the news if you find it unreliable.

Related News

Steve Bell - Trucker convoy: Kids in 25% of vehicles could ‘complicate’ response, cops say - globalnews.ca - city Ottawa
globalnews.ca
35%
986
Trucker convoy: Kids in 25% of vehicles could ‘complicate’ response, cops say
Freedom Convoy” trucks and say their presence “complicates” efforts to end the demonstration.More than 100 of the trucks remaining as part of the nearly two-week-long protest in downtown Ottawa are estimated to have kids living in them, OPS Deputy Chief Steve Bell told media in a briefing Tuesday afternoon.“Almost 25 per cent of the 418 trucks have children living in them — children who could be at risk during a police operation,” Bell said.“There’s a multitude of concerns” he said, citing effects from carbon monoxide, diesel fumes, cold, noise and a lack of access to sanitation on kids. Trucker convoy — Here’s what the 10-day injunction against horns includes Ottawa police have tapped the Children’s Aid Society (CAS) for advice on how to proceed with enforcement operations in the downtown core.They’re not seeking to take the kids out of the trucks or away from their parents at this stage, Bell said, but will follow the recommendations of CAS.“We’re not at the stage of looking to do any sort of enforcement activity around that,” he said.“We just think it’s an important factor that complicates and makes this an even more challenging operation.”To date, police and bylaw officers have issued more than 1,300 tickets for traffic violations, made 23 arrests and have 85 active criminal investigations related to the protest, which began as a response to vaccination mandates but has expanded to include a wide umbrella of anti-government sentiment.OPS are also liaising with U.S.
DMCA