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Greece to make COVID vaccines mandatory for over-60s, but do vaccine mandates work?

By Samantha Vanderslott, University Research Lecturer, University of Oxford
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The Greek prime minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, recently announced plans to fine people aged 60 and over who refuse the COVID vaccine. A monthly fine of €100 (£85) will be imposed from January 16.

Faced with surges in COVID in some regions and the sudden emergence of a new variant of concern (omicron), a growing number of countries are tightening their vaccination rules: from increasing the requirement for boosters to mandatory vaccines for…The Conversation

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