July 5, 2022

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He tries to get vaccinated on a fake silicone arm

He tries to get vaccinated on a fake silicone arm

Fifty Italians from Piedmont in an attempt to get a valuable health pass failed to vaccinate themselves against a silicone prosthesis on Thursday, the region’s president in the northwestern region said on Friday.

“The case would be ridiculous if we did not talk about the immense gravity and unacceptable gesture in the face of the sacrifices that the pandemic pays to our entire society in terms of human lives and social and economic costs,” Alberto denied. Sirio posted on his Facebook page.


The suspect appeared at the Vaccine Center in Biella, Piedmont (north-west) on Thursday evening. The prosthesis was very nicely made, but the feeling of color and touch immediately aroused suspicion on the part of the nurse responsible for giving the vaccine, who asked him to remove his shirt so that he could detect his tingling.

He then asked the nurse to behave as if she had seen nothing, which she refused, telling the Piedmont president of his publication that the man would “answer (before the court) for his actions”.

Like all European neighbors, Italy is currently experiencing a resurgence of the pandemic (with nearly 17,000 new cases reported in 24 hours on Thursday). During this time, about 85% of those over 12 years of age become fully immunized.

From Monday, the “Health Super Pass” will be implemented: it will only be granted to people who have been vaccinated and recovered from Kovid-19 and will allow you to go to the cinema, theater or restaurant … The traditional health pass, which can be obtained by conducting a simple antigen test, is mandatory Allows access to the office.

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