While it is too early to see what impact this law has had on vaccination levels, the local authority in Bologna has sent suspension letters to the parents of 300 children, and 5,000 children have not yet provided their proof of vaccination documents, according to the BBC.
And fines as high as roughly $560 could also be implemented if older children - ages 6 through 16 - are unvaccinated, according to the BBC.
The required vaccinations are polio, diphtheria, tetanus, hepatitis B, pertussis, measles, rubella, mumps, chicken pox and Haemophilus influenzae type B.
The city of Bologna reportedly has at least 300 children who now do not comply with the vaccination requirements and are at risk of suspension from school.
Singapore bans use of Boeing 737 MAX in its airspace
After the headline news, authorities in China, Indonesia and Ethiopian Airlines have announced to ground the 737 Max 8 aircraft. Shares of American Airlines decreased about 1 percent shortly after Monday's opening bell.
Golfe de Gascogne. Les images du navire en feu
Ils ont été récupérés vers 4 heures du matin par la frégate britannique HMS Argyll qui avait été déroutée sur zone. Le violent incendie qui sévit à bord du navire italien Grande America est toujours en cours .
Historically, pro-vaccination schemes have been met with scepticism in Italy.
"Now everyone has had time to catch up", Health Minister Giulia Grillo told La Repubblica.
After months of heated debate, a law in Italy has finally entered into force, mandating that children must be vaccinated to be accepted into school.
"No vaccine, no school", she said of the new rules.
Italian schoolchildren will be unable to attend school if they aren't vaccinated. Those people believe that vaccines are unsafe and, depending on what misinformation they have absorbed, can cause everything from autism and attention deficit disorder to "vaccine overload", a made-up condition that is not an actual medical term.
Across the world, health authorities are grappling with a global resurgence of measles, with record numbers recorded in Europe and deadly outbreaks in the Philippines and Madagascar. That's the point at which so many people have been vaccinated against a given disease that those that have forgone their shots will still be unlikely to catch it, but it's hard to see what goal a "flexible" system serves beyond preserving opt-outs for antivaxxers.
En effet, avoir mille et une tâches à accomplir à la fois, ça peut avoir des effets négatifs. En effet, les travailleurs effectuent les tâches beaucoup plus rapidement tout en conservant leur qualité de vie.
Unnamed sources cited in its report said Huffman, who appeared on " Desperate Housewives ", knew she was going to be arrested. About 300 law enforcement agents swept across the country to make arrests in what agents code-named Operation Varsity Blues.
SDF official Mustafa Bali said that 1,500 to 2,000 Islamic State fighters and their families surrendered en masse on Tuesday. The U.S. -backed fighters tried to push deeper into the village of Baghouz on the eastern bank of the Euphrates River.
En attestent les conditions offertes au technicien français pour son retour à la tête de la Maison Blanche. A moins que son interdiction de recrutement pour les deux prochains mercatos ne remette tout en cause.
Le maire de Tours , Christophe Bouchet a invité l'équipe du Tours Volley Ball pour fêter leur victoire en. La victoire est d'autant plus belle que le TVB n'avait plus gagné en coupe de France depuis 2015.
El Mundo , qui a eu acccès à ce contrat, explique que tous les montants figurant dans le contrat fourni par le PSG sont barrés. Pour rappel Barça et Neymar sont toujours en conflit pour cette prime accordée au joueur en 2016.
Leroy Merlin en Russie est au bord du scandale ?
La part du réseau Leroy Merlin sur le marché russe de "l'équipement ménager" approche les 20%. Beaucoup d'entre eux se plaignent des manifestations de corruption et des violations de l'éthique des affaires.
European Union adds UAE to tax haven blacklist
The list now comprises Samoa, Trinidad and Tobago, as well as American Samoa, Guam and the US Virgin Islands. Other jurisdictions in the Caribbean and the Pacific Ocean are set to complete the updated list.
Man charged with bringing gun to school after call from son
Freeman is now being held on $75,000 bond but could have his bond revoked as a result of another outstanding criminal case. Police arrested a Florida man for allegedly bringing a loaded AK-47 to his son's middle school on Monday, March 11, 2019.
Theresa May set to vote to block no deal
The vote will, though, after pressure from colleagues, be a free vote where Tories can vote as they wish. We will continue our no-deal preparations and ensure that we will be ready if such a scenario arises.