Italy's vaccine sceptics to apply for asylum in Austria

Anti-vaccine activists in Italy are so upset by the country’s drive to get more children immunised they are set to apply for asylum in Austria, Euronews reports.

The 130-family group were angered by a new government rule requiring youngsters to be vaccinated.

The vaccinations cover 12 common illnesses, including measles, rubella and chickenpox.

It has prompted the German-speaking families, based in the northern Italian region of Alto Adige, to launch a bid to live in Austria.

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