Covid in Italy, where are we today as the white zone approaches? “The vaccination campaign – explains Prof. Massimo Galli, today a guest of Agorà – has led to what I believe to be a turning point, a turning point that will not be temporary. Our relationship with this disease – he underlines – will be different in the coming months: we do not have a complete solution of the problem, we have a problem that must be solved globally if we want to leave it behind, but in any case we have a trend that from this point of view puts us in a less heavy interference of this disease in our daily life and in the prospect of the recovery that everyone wants to take place “. Are the parameters set by the government for the white zones okay or are we taking too many liberties? “I take further refuge – replies Galli – on the speech regarding vaccines that have shifted the balance more quickly than I expected. When many things were reopened on April 26, the situation did not let me foresee, and instead they went well and they are very happy. What happened – continues Galli – is that the Italians, and especially the elderly, have put in place “better” behavior in terms of attention and prudence “. But “we are very far from the numbers in the United Kingdom, so much so that Fauci’s reaction to the Italian situation was ‘it’s a good start.’ example”.