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Covid, “60% of Italians vaccinated in July”

Byeditorial

May 13, 2021

The 40-year-olds from next Monday, May 17, can start booking and will be vaccinated against the Coronavirus in June. General Francesco Paolo Figliuolo, commissioner of the Covid emergency, says this to ‘Right and Reverse’. “This target is linked to the plan. We have secured the over 80s, we need to plan ahead of the massive influx of vaccines in June” he stresses, explaining that he expects to vaccinate 60% of the population “by July”. Read also “The goal of 500 thousand vaccinations per day has been reached – he underlines -, we must keep it constantly, last week we made 3.26 million. These are average objectives, in this month in May, we will have 17 millions of vaccines. There could be dead spots that can lead us to a decline, but I am satisfied and it can be increased in June because we will have a more conspicuous number of vaccines “.” The delay – he adds – we will make up for in June, May it is a month of transition, in June when more doses will arrive, I expect around 23-24 million, the capacity will be ready to inoculate whatever is possible. I am confident “. According to Figliuolo, “when Italy is a team it wins, with volunteers and associations”.