Coronavirus Rome, 48-year-old died at the Tor Vergata Polyclinic: he was not vaccinated

A 48-year-old man, positive for Coronavirus, died today at the Tor Vergata Polyclinic. To give the news, the Lazio Region. The man, born in Romania, was not vaccinated as the councilor for health Alessio D’Amato explained: “Today the death in Rome of a man who had not received any Covid vaccination is recorded”.

“Despite the interventions in intensive care, the patient unfortunately died. We must not let our guard down, Covid kills and affects even the youngest. We must get vaccinated”, D’Amato reiterated, who a week ago stressed how “thanks to vaccines. about 2,000 deaths have been avoided in Lazio in the last six months “, which is recorded” over 90% fewer deaths than a year ago “and that” 75% of those who are currently hospitalized in intensive care, or not is vaccinated or has not completed the vaccination course “.

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