Camilla Canepa, Draghi: “A very sad thing, it shouldn’t have happened. Difficult to establish responsibilities. Second doses?

“Condolences and participation in that girl’s mom and dad and the rest of the family. It was a very sad thing that was not supposed to happen. This is certainly the most important thing I have to say ”. The premier said so Mario Draghi in a press conference at the end of the G7, answering a question about the death of 18-year-old Camilla after the administration of the Astrazeneca vaccine. On any responsibility, “is a lot difficult to clarify, reconstruct them, I think it is such a complicated evolving situation “, added Draghi, recalling that the choice of open days open to everyone, including the youngest,” guaranteed many to get vaccinated immediately, with the CTS recommendation to use Astrazeneca only for people of a certain age. They have also been used for everyone because the pharmaceutical companies do not set this limit ”. “Now everything is clear – for Draghi – Minister Speranza has specified how to behave with the Astrazeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, how to behave with second doses, so the situation is now clear on this”

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