The National Council of University Students has called for the possibility for out-of-town students to take the vaccine at home if they are university students. In fact it asked in the motion:
The National Council of University Students asks about the Out-of-Town Vaccine:
- that the National Vaccination Plan for the under-55s should include the possibility of vaccination. University students should be able to have their SARS-COV-2 vaccination free of charge in the health system of their study region.
This request was followed by the motion for internationally mobile students and the motion for university students with the following considerations.
Vaccination for such young people is not currently provided for. However, we think it would be a good idea to allow our compatriots to travel abroad with peace of mind. We think, however, that it is a good idea to allow our compatriots to travel abroad with peace of mind and to be covered against any health risks associated with the current pandemic.
We believe that education and university should be given a central role, recognising the importance of face-to-face activity. In fact, we think that leaving the choice to the student is a sign of respect. But allowing attendance is a sign of consideration for the youngest, who have chosen to train. So we hope that the right importance is given to our training, young citizens.
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