“There is a lack of Covid vaccines and it is a tragic thing because we could do many more: every day we do 32 thousand vaccinations but we will be able to do three times more but, we do not have vaccines”. This is the cry of the alarm launched by the governor of Veneto Luca Zaia today during the press point in which he warned: “I hope that the supplies announced in June are powerful as promised because otherwise for the more virtuous regions it will be inevitable to block the second doses. , if the vaccines do not arrive “. Zaia then announced that “next week, at the latest, we will start with the tourism operation: we plan to vaccinate all 80 thousand employees in the world of tourism in Veneto”. “The tour operators from next week will have the opportunity to get vaccinated and then to certify their position”, the governor underlined, explaining that “we plan to use the Johnson & Johnson vaccine which provides only one dose and has no refrigeration problems, otherwise the ‘plan B’ foresees the use of Pfizer and Moderna “. With a joke Zaia then relaunched the issue of recalling the vaccine to tourists who will come to Veneto. And to explain its importance Zaia recalled: “We live on bread and tourism”. For this reason “I raised the question of vaccines to tourists and it is essential that a national decision is taken because the certification that I issue to tourists from another region must then be accepted by the region of origin of the same”, he explained. In any case, the governor of Veneto explained that “Covid-free tourism is not a chimera, it all depends on the arrival of vaccines” and the vaccine for tourists “is not an ideological totem, it is a possibility: I have always said that the main condition is that there are vaccines, but a national decision is still necessary “, he reiterated. And again to facilitate the relaunch of the tourism sector, the governor of Veneto explained that” with regard to the Venetians who will spend their holidays in the region, for August we are trying to plan in order to give less constraints to people in the two central weeks of August so that for mid-August we foresee few reminders, but only first doses for those who voluntarily make an appointment in those days “.