Among the numbers of the Covid 19 epidemic, which yesterday recorded 44 deaths in Italy, the lowest figure since October, “the most consoling thing are the deaths on which we have never been champions. So it means that it is precisely the vaccine effect. And that by continuing to vaccinate at this rate, and perhaps even climbing a little, the prospects become truly encouraging “. Guido Rasi, former executive director of the European Medicines Agency Ema, today consultant to the commissioner for the coronavirus emergency, is optimistic, speaking to ‘Agorà’ on Rai3. On the reopening front, “everything that takes place outdoors leaves us quite convinced”, while “on closed premises we need to be a little careful and respect the measures we know”, underlines the expert, microbiologist of the Tor Vergata University of Rome and scientific director of the provider of continuing education in medicine Sanità In-Formazione, Consulcesi group.