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Green pass covid Italy, Sileri: “It should last a year”


The green pass “for vaccinated people should be extended to 1 year, it is very likely that the protection will last for that period. The extension, however, should be limited to those who have made the two doses of vaccine”. This was stated by Pierpaolo Sileri, Undersecretary of Health, guest of ‘Radio too’ on Rai Radio 1. Read also The hypotheses being studied by the government, as leaked yesterday, are: to obtain certification after the first dose of vaccine and expiration beyond six months. The hypothesis is therefore to issue the certification without waiting for the completion of the entire cycle and to extend the expiry of the pass beyond six months. In this regard, the experts were asked for ad hoc investigations. On the possibility of saving the ‘made in Italy’ ReiThera vaccine against Covid-19, after the stop to funding decided by the Court of Auditors, “it is clear that a solution will have to be found and therefore I imagine we are thinking about it, but it is in the making. The ‘homemade’ vaccine is an opportunity for the country “, said Sileri.



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