The last Japanese against the Hospital in Fiera are incomprehensible.

The last Japanese against the Hospital in Fiera are incomprehensible.
The last Japanese against the Hospital in Fiera are incomprehensible.

Nothing, they can’t do it. In these parts, on Affaritaliani.it Milan and also on RadioLombardia, we have always defended the Hospital in Fiera with the sword. A hospital born with private funds, which – except of course those who work there (impossible to do otherwise) – did not cost taxpayers a single euro. And that has saved tens of human lives and delivered hundreds of thousands of vaccines. So much so that the Hospital at the Fair is now perfectly integrated into the Covid containment system. The Milanese, who did not end up there (and fortunately, only the most serious were in the intensive care of Fiera), were able to appreciate it as a vaccination center. It is a fact, and also i more extremist newspapers have understood this. After the storm artfully unleashed on the Lombardy Region in the first part of the pandemic, today many things are clearer. And one of the clear things is that the Ospedale in Fiera is a resource and is used as such. To the point that its number one promoter, the president of the Fondazione Fiera Enrico Pazzali, was first awarded the Rosa Camuna, or regional recognition, and in a few days he will also take the Ambrogino d’Oro, or municipal recognition. And in the Municipality, as is well known, the majority is center-left. Yet there are those who do not give up. The last Japanese. Like Carmela Rozza, to whom a personal esteem binds me but a profound divergence on the Ospedale in Fiera. Even today, on the Day, the regional councilor of the Democratic Party says: some “hospitals will be forced to slow down their ordinary services in order to allow the functioning of the Fiera department, a non-autonomous department, a cathedral in the desert”. A cathedral in the desert. After a year and a half we are still standing there. More than a desert it seems to me an island. The one where there are still (and the Rozza is not the only one) people who fight when the war is fortunately over, because it had no reason to exist. At least on a hospital paid for by private individuals to perform a service for the community. (Radio Lombardia commentary)

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