Alberto Zangrillo would not go to dinner with Massimo Galli or Andrea Crisanti. “I reserve these things for friends”, says the director of the intensive care of San Raffaele to Un giorno da pecora. In the era of the covid, Zangrillo and Galli – in particular – did not spare cross-thrusts. So no dinner with “people I happened to cross but I would never cross in my life for other reasons”, says Zangrillo. “No problem going to dinner with Alberto Zangrillo. I am of the idea of listening to others, I have never attacked anyone and I certainly do not start now”, says Professor Crisanti, director of the Department of Molecular Medicine at the University of Padua. from Adnkronos Salute. And Galli? “It’s a statement that speaks for itself. I don’t have time to take care of these things. And frankly, I don’t even resent it,” says the head of the infectious diseases department of the Sacco at Adnkronos Salute.