Dean of the Department of Hygiene and Public Health at the Catholic University of Rome Walter Ricciardi, advisor to the Italian Ministry of Health, said in an interview with the daily Il Messaggero published on Monday.
“We can’t,” Ricciardi added. Urging people to get vaccinatedBut those who choose not to do so will have fewer chances or at least have to take a test every time they want to visit crowded places or use public transportation.
“This is the only way to a normal life”
The expert then added: “Either the Covid-19 corridor turns out to be the only way to normal life, or we will always have waves of infection that will force us to close industries and destroy us medically, economically and also psychologically.”
Johnson’s ‘morally reprehensible’ decision
According to Ricciardi, the decision of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Sr. Lift the remaining restrictions It is “morally reprehensible”. “This is a fatal decision, there will be a significant increase in cases, not a role model” – values.
In the controversy in Italy over the proposal to extend the use of the EU permit, Tourism Minister Massimo Garavaglia spoke.
“There is no need to be confused about traffic. Raising the alarm is harmful to citizens, tourism and the economy in general,” the league’s politician said.
“The COVID-19 pass is only logical to enter a disco, stadium or large event with a large number of spectators” – specified the Minister of Tourism.
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