July 29, 2021 4:10 pm
No “black” forecast on the effects of the Pink Night on Covid infections comes from the general manager of Ausl Romagna, Tiziano Carradori, but only an invitation to be careful. On the sidelines of today’s press conference at the “Colosseum” in Rimini for the launch of the “VacciniAmo la Riviera” campaign, the number one of the Ausl Romagna responds to reporters who ask him for predictions for the post Notte Rosa. “The forecasting models have all failed – he explains – it is rather important how we will behave during the Pink Night, protecting ourselves and our neighbors and implementing a supervisory activity”. “It is evident – he continues – that social events cause an influx and in the last four months the number of accidents has increased 11 times”. Therefore, following the Pink Night celebrations, “a further increase is likely even if – he adds – the more limited the more attention is paid”. In any case, in the light of the current situation, “we expect limited consequences that do not compromise the stability of the system”. Even the regional councilor for health, Raffaele Donini for the Red Night relies on “the health protocols put in place by the organizers and controlled by the local health authorities – he explains – elements of monitoring and control are needed and this will happen”.