On the Anglo-Swedish vaccine “people are a bit confused”
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(LaPresse) Chaos and controversy over AstraZeneca after the relaunch of the debate on the administration of the Anglo-Swedish vaccine to young people and after the death of Camilla Canepa, the 18-year-old from Sestri Levante. To complicate the picture is added the decision of the Lazio Region, which arrived only on 11 June morning, which suspended the open week for the over 18s, limiting itself to reminders only. A situation that has created a lot of confusion both in those who have to undergo the vaccination and in the doctors and health personnel called to give explanations to patients. “There was some repercussion, certainly a little confusion in people was generated, but we are here on purpose to give explanations, to give the right information and to reassure people”, explains Dr. Caterina Pasqua vice coordinator of the vaccination campaign for the ASL of Rome and vaccination doctor at the Nuvola di Fuksas all’Eur where the much discussed serum is administered. Many perplexities also expressed by citizens waiting to receive their dose: “People are also a little confused”, explains a lady who is echoed by a young man who ironically summarizes: “There is no communication deficit but there is too much and different, as they say “with too many roosters crowing it never gets day” ».
June 11, 2021 – Updated June 11, 2021, 4:32 pm
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