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Vaccino, Figliuolo “Challenge is won between June and July”

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ROME (ITALPRESS) – “Today we have over 39 million doses administered, with 48% of Italians who have received the first dose. The machine goes on efficiently, it goes beyond 90% of the administration capacity, the average is between 90 and 95%, this is the beautiful Italy that comes together and makes a team “. I said the extraordinary commissioner for the Covid emergency, Francesco Paolo Figliuolo, guest of Radio 24. “This week we reached the average of 550 thousand daily administrations. From the next one – he added – we will do more. For June I am satisfied between 550 and 600 thousand, we are able to get on and the car is ready. We are on a positive trajectory “. For Figliuolo “the challenge is won between June and July, in August there could be a small decline but I invite the Italians to join the vaccination campaign en masse”. The general then observed how “in general all the regions have the same objective, then there may have been exchanges on the method but the responsibility of the extraordinary commissioner to give direction. All the presidents are satisfied with the work done, I must acknowledge the great everyone’s commitment, when Italy makes a team it wins “. Figliuolo recalled that “the scientific community is not yet certain about the behavior of antibodies. We are organizing ourselves as if this vaccine would last a year. We have already optioned vaccines for a possible third dose and to have a large reserve. Gradually we must go towards the ordinary: I see a transition from the largest hubs to hospitals, general practitioners, pharmacies and company vaccination points “. (ITALPRESS). ror / ads / red 09-Jun-21 09:21

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