Time Magazine reports:
An Italian politician who opposed mandatory childhood vaccinations has been hospitalized with chickenpox. Massimiliano Fedriga, who is part of the far-right League party, was under observation for four days earlier this month after getting chickenpox, according to local news reports.
It’s an ironic twist in fate for Fedriga, who opposed the introduction of the so-called Lorenzin law that made it mandatory for children to receive certain vaccinations for diseases including chickenpox, measles, mumps, polio and rubella. Parents can be fined up to $560 if they send their children to school unvaccinated.
An Italian populist politician who campaigned against compulsory vaccinations for children was taken to hospital suffering from chickenpox https://t.co/LAXKfBbtH6
— The Times of London (@thetimes) March 20, 2019
— Massimiliano Fedriga (@M_Fedriga) March 20, 2019