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Here are the titles of the Lazio Tg of today’s edition: www.dire.it
VACCINO, D’AMATO: AFTER WORDS DRAGHI 38 THOUSAND NEW BOOKINGS
The announcement by Prime Minister Mario Draghi on the use of the Green Pass to eat indoors in public places, rather than to go to the stadium, to the gym or to the swimming pool, have marked a new vaccine race in Lazio. “Since yesterday’s announcement we have had over 38,000 new bookings,” said the regional councilor for health, Alessio D’Amato. “This is an important boost – added D’Amato – in a region like Lazio which today has exceeded 6.5 million doses and where 62% of the adult population has completed the vaccination cycle”.
ROME, CITIZENSHIP INCOME “FURBETTI”: 108 COMPLAINTS
From the doorman of a building, to those who assisted the elderly to the families of wealthy entrepreneurs, also passing through people known to justice. There are 108 crafty citizens of citizenship income, mostly unearthed in the “good” areas of Rome and denounced by the carabinieri of the stations belonging to the Compagnia dei Parioli for having unjustly obtained the benefit for a total of 450 thousand euros. The 6-month survey started from the analysis of the registrations of new cars and from the residence declarations.
ROME, CAUDO CANDIDATES FOR DIRECTOR: LEADER FOR THE FUTURE ROME
The president of Municipio III, Giovanni Caudo, second most voted in the primaries of the center-left for the mayor of Rome, will run for the Capitoline Assembly with the Roma Futura civic list. “I decided to be the promoter of the list and the leaders, putting all the effort I put into all my political experiences – explained Caudo – For someone, being a Capitoline councilor is the worst thing you can do, I will do it with modesty. Radical choices are needed, especially on waste and mobility – added Caudo – because this city has enormous potential and today suffers from not being governed “.
ROME, ZINGARETTI AND FRANCESCHINI “REOPEN” LANCISIANA LIBRARY
After 4 years of work, the Lancisiana library of Santo Spirito in Sassia in Rome, founded in 1711 by the doctor Giovanni Maria Lancisi, has reopened to the public. The structural consolidation and conservative restoration works have been completed, presented this morning by the Minister of Culture, Dario Franceschini, and the president of the Lazio Region, Nicola Zingaretti. “This is a place of absolute beauty, where riches and values meet – said Franceschini – A restoration like this is not just a moral duty but an opportunity for growth”. Asl Roma 1 financed the works on the Sistine Wards with over 4.5 million: “The reopening of this library – said Zingaretti – is the beginning of a great season of interventions in view of the Jubilee”.