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Italy Implements Tough Covid-19 Mandate for Workers, Prompting Protests

ROME—Italians returned to their workplaces Friday needing to display evidence that they have been given a Covid-19 vaccine, tested detrimental or recovered from the virus, a plan that has touched off protests and could provide a preview of a similar mandate prepared by the Biden administration.

In one of the hardest anti-Covid-19 regimes in the Western world, Italy now necessitates all private and public sector workers to have a so-referred to as inexperienced go. The plan has kicked in amid unresolved inquiries on how it will be enforced and irrespective of whether Italy will have more than enough tests kits to fulfill the anticipated surge in demand from customers by tens of millions of unvaccinated people who want to guarantee entry to their office.