The hospital in Fiera, in Milan, is ready to reopen its doors. But, according to the president of the Region Attilio Fontana, the need to restart the structure must not be greeted with alarmism. “No alarmism, let’s remember – he said – that last year in this period, after a month in the red zone, we had 3,437 hospitalized of Coronavirus in ordinary wards today 887, e 489 hospitalized in intensive care today 108“, he said. Meanwhile, Lombardy has taken steps to “prepare some modules of the hospital in the Fair, to make them operational in 24/48 hours if the need arises”. The same thing also happened last autumn: the 22 October 2020 the hospital had reopened, with approx 70 hospitalized patients. “The hospital, as always underlined, constitutes a lifeboat of fundamental importance for the Lombard health system, especially to allow other structures to be able to treat non-Covid patients,” added Fontana.