Will Professor Massimo Galli go to dinner in an indoor restaurant? “Of course yes. I would not want to bring my punishment to certain levels. Last night we were outdoors and Andrea Crisanti, the mayor of Forte dei Marmi who is a colleague had the courage to organize a meeting of catastrophists”, says the responsible for diseases of the Sacco hospital in Milan in Cartabianca. “In a beautiful place by the sea we also got a lot of cold, we said we could stay indoors. Things went very well, I feel like smiling. I promised to smile more on television, to friends and particularly dear people, and moreover things are going well “, he says, analyzing the picture of the covid epidemic in Italy. “We have had results beyond the rosiest expectations based on projections based on scientific data. It really went very well, the vaccinations made represent a hard core. It is evident that people can no longer stand to stay closed, it is better to persuade those who must be careful and not intervene with drastic limitations to attention “, says Galli, who at the end of April criticized the decision to start reopening in Italy. “I don’t want to complain unnecessarily, when the reopenings were announced we had a 30 million dose gap compared to Great Britain, we had a lot of unvaccinated people at risk, we had the variable linked to the variants. Fragile people have been very good at keeping out of the trouble: when the reopening was decided, the threshold of 500 thousand vaccinations a day had not been reached “, he says.