“It is incontrovertible that deaths” from Covid-19 “are decreasing, and that ICU admissions are decreasing, but it’s all about the vaccination. Everything we could do in addition to vaccination we didn’t do. . If there were no vaccination, Italy would be as vulnerable as 2 years ago “. Virologist Andrea Crisanti, director of the Department of Molecular Medicine of the University of Padua, at ‘Agorà’ on Rai3 returns to highlight the gaps in the fight against the pandemic coronavirus in our country: little tracking to monitor the progress of infections, little sequencing for intercept variants of Sars-CoV-2. “I would like to see this increasingly white Italy – says the expert – with an adequate number of swabs and adequate surveillance measures. If Italy had 2 thousand cases of” Covid a day “and 700 thousand swabs”, that is as many as there are does the United Kingdom, the numbers of the daily bulletins “I would believe it. England has 6 thousand cases and 2-3 deaths a day – he observes – How do we get the cases we count”, yesterday just over 2 thousand, “and 20 times more dead? Does not add up. The explanation – repeats Crisanti – is that in my opinion we have not done enough swabs and tracking in recent months. In fact, there is still an important submerged “.