A confusion on the verge of confrontation on AstraZeneca, to the point of forcing Mario Draghi to intervene. After the death of Camilla Canepa iThe Ministry of Health had to take a position on administering the Anglo-Swedish vaccine to underground 60. So here comes the circular at midnight, which however does nothing but leave the Regions in the stalemate. In response, Lombardy then demands a written clarification and then continues as it always has.
When enough – according to the background of the Corriere della Sera – to worry Palazzo Chigi. The leaks reach the beaches of Corbis Bay, between the rooms of the resort where the seven members of the G7 meet. And so the prime minister had to take a break, call the minister first Roberto Speranza, then the general Francesco Paolo Figliuolo, extraordinary commissioner for the vaccination campaign. The target? Reassure citizens. Vaccination will not suffer any setbacks, not even with AstraZeneca’s stop for young people.
The phone call from the premier was made necessary given the level of political and institutional clash reached: on the one hand, the Brothers of Italy and the League willing to have clarification on what happened in Genoa, where the 18-year-old subjected to the Anglo-Swedish vaccine died of thrombosis , on the other the silent one Roberto Speranza at the head of the Department of Health. He himself on the day of June 12 hastened to call the vice president of Lombardy and councilor for Welfare Letizia Moratti obtaining the immediate reverse on the decision of Lombardy to suspend the booking of AstraZeneca to those who have already taken the first dose and to those who have yet to do it and are under 60 years old. After the initial impasse, however, Draghi can breathe a sigh of relief and continue with the G7.