Vaccines: judges, vademecum on consent – Ultima Ora

(ANSA) – MILAN, 12 JAN – A vademecum with lots of cases to “give to health workers”, in particular to those who work in the RSA, and “to support administrators and all subjects vested with powers of legal representation of incapable people , the practical indication of the rules of behavior to follow “for anti-Covid vaccinations, when faced with people who are unable to express consent.

The eighth civil section of the Court of Milan prepared it. Among the subjects who can grant consent for incapable persons, without support administrators or legal guardians, there are also “health directors or medical managers of the rsa or health directors of the ASL (Ats)”.

In the case, for example, of an incapacitated RSA guest “with spouse, cohabitant or relatives up to the third degree” and for whom “there is a dissent to vaccination” the health director or of the facility, “if he believes that the vaccine appropriate and necessary “, may appeal to the tutelary judge to” obtain authorization to proceed “. (HANDLE).



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