“We must be ready to think of a world in which we will live with this virus. And the first years of living together are never easy. In the next twenty years our children and grandchildren will get used to living with this virus as we live with the measles, but, if it were to stay, it won’t be easy for ten years. ” This was stated by Sergio Abrignani, member of the Technical Scientific Committee, guest of ‘Half an hour more’ on Rai3. “In the CTS it has never been discussed, but in my opinion the vaccination obligation” against the coronavirus should be put. “It is no longer a problem of individual freedom but of public health. And this pandemic has changed the world. These 16 months have been an earthquake, an epochal change that will be talked about in the history books”. “If the mandatory vaccination is not foreseen in a pandemic with 126 thousand deaths in Italy and which continues to develop variants, when should we put it? The obligation is already on other vaccines”, he added. For Abrignani, “adolescents must be vaccinated. to avoid that they can infect fragile subjects and above all not to have a population of millions of people with a high level of social interaction, and therefore with the possibility of becoming infected, in which new variants can develop. The fear is that with these variants to the eventually one comes out that escapes the vaccine “. In any case, he continued, “the priority is to vaccinate the susceptible, who are the over-sixties to reduce lethality”.