“I view the controversies with a degree of detachment and I think the obligation to vaccinate for those over the fifties was a fair and courageous choice. I think we still have to insist on vaccinations,” said Health Minister Roberto Speranza, a guest for another half hour on ‘Rai3’, In light of the entry into force of a measure requiring a commitment to an Enhanced Green Card or Super Green Pass for public and private 50-year-olds as of Tuesday, February 15th.
He added that the “vaccination campaign” was “exceptional, as 91% of people over the age of twelve were vaccinated, thus defending themselves and others.”
”We have reopened all activities, only discotheques remain closed, obviously fairly strict regulations in place, you can only enter if you have been vaccinated or cured and capacity is still limited to 50%. I think at this point we must have the courage to put all economic, social and cultural activities in a position to restart”, he said again.
With the state of emergency over, can the Counter-Terrorism Service be reviewed as well? “In recent years, we have worked very closely with our scientific community and this will not change: the government will continue to have a relationship with the scientific community in our country.” No decisions have been made regarding the Counter-Terrorism Service. He’s been instrumental but we’ll be assessing the technical ‘styles’ as we get closer to March 31st.
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