How many people at the table? The number does not matter so much as the presence of vaccinated subjects: this is the opinion of Professor Massimo Galli on the topic of the day. How many people at the table in outdoor and indoor restaurants in the white or yellow zone? “It is different to have a table of 10 vaccinated compared to a table of unvaccinated people. Four at the table or more? It depends on how many are immunized. To date it would no longer have been the case to talk about the number of people who can sit together in an indoor restaurant, if we had more people vaccinated. It is a matter destined to be, I hope, overcome very quickly. Now decide those who have the responsibility to decide “, says Galli director of the Infectious Diseases clinic of the Sacco hospital in Milan, at Adnkronos Salute. Read also “It would have been pleonastic today to go and discuss 4 people at the table, rather than six or 8 in indoor restaurants if – reiterates Galli – there had been more to do, more quickly, to put together a vaccination register, to establish reasonable criteria for which people could be given a ‘driving license’ indicative, at least, of a lesser ease of getting infected. Fortunately at the current state of affairs, the progress of vaccinations allows some notes of optimism “.” Then of course, especially in the strata of the unvaccinated population, the problem of the circulation of the virus remains and therefore it is necessary to find the balance between the two issues: on the one hand, vaccinating more and consequently attempting fewer restrictions; and on the other hand, having more certainty in allowing more activities to people who have vaccine or natural infection immune coverage, “he concluded.