Green light for the third dose of vaccine from Italy

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Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza said in a statement at the La Repubblica newspaper event, stating that the Italian Medicines Agency (AIFA) completed work on the 3rd dose today, “L ‘AIFA has given the green light for the 3rd dose After two doses, we will start the 3rd dose among the weakest. ”Mentioned.

Health Minister Speranza said that when administering the 3rd dose, they should protect health workers who are over 80 years old and give them priority.

Speranza noted that they had no difficulty getting the doses and could guarantee the third dose.

In the country, where the vast vaccination campaign against Kovid-19 began on December 27, 2020, 80 million 217 thousand 867 doses of vaccine have been administered to date. The number of those whose vaccinations were completed was 39 million 439 thousand 241.

Across the country, 73 percent of the population over 12 has been vaccinated.


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In Italy, in the fight against the epidemic, the government made it compulsory on August 6 for entry to social activities such as closed areas of restaurants, swimming pools, gymnasiums, theaters and cinemas, and on September 1 for travel by train, plane, ship, vaccination or even widened the scope of the “Green Pass” document, which certifies having passed a test or having recently had Kovid-19.

The Council of Ministers, which met last night under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Mario Draghi, made the “Green Transition” document compulsory for employees other than teachers working in universities and schools.

In addition, it was included in the scope of the obligation for people working in nursing homes to have the Kovid-19 vaccine.

Meanwhile, Italian media reported that the Draghi government was preparing to further expand the scope of the “Green Transition” document in a short period of time.

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