“Every contact must be considered at risk, if we limit the number we lower the risk of infections”, the curfew “is still necessary”. Thus the virologist Fabrizio Pregliasco, medical director of Irccs Galeazzi in Milan, spoke to the microphones of the broadcast “Italy s’è awakened” on Radio Cusano Campus. Covid: Pregliasco, ‘omelette made on AstraZeneca, communication has terrified people’ Speaking then from AstraZeneca: “Unfortunately, there have always been negativities towards vaccines. At this moment we go to nitpick with respect to adverse events, rather than considering the complexity and risk associated with Covid. The fact that Britain has vaccinated almost the entire population with the Astrazeneca vaccine is a confirmation. I hope that the EU decision is more linked to commercial aspects, because Astrazeneca has not respected the agreements “.” The communication – he stressed – so cacophonous, diversified, with this excessive highlighting of adverse events has terrified people, now the omelette is done “. Via the outdoor masks with 30 million vaccinated?” I agree with the Undersecretary of Health Sileri on the need to make progressive reopenings. Probably the reopening will lead us to an increase in cases in young people, but without big problems. We are like in pay-TV, we are watching a film from the beginning, but if we change the channel we see the same film that ends up “.” I believe that in two months it will happen in Italy too – says Pregliasco – if we have more vaccine doses available. The single dose already after 14 days gives a good coverage in terms of protection, the second dose serves to reinforce the protection “.