Andrea Crisanti, the “catastrophist” professor, known for his fatal predictions, so much so as to deserve the imitation of Maurizio Crozza who renamed him Crisantemi, in an interview with The Corriere della Sera he rejects the accusation of being a prophet of doom: “If they are derogatory terms, they do wrong to those who use them. Prudence is normal for every doctor”. And denies making mistakes. As well as having said what he said. For example that at the end of May there would be a new wave: “I didn’t say that. I was just saying that it was untimely to open then. “And even in the face of the decline in the number of deaths for Covid, Crisanti says: “I wouldn’t be proud of these numbers. From May 26 to today there have been 7,000 victims. If they had listened to me there would have been far fewer. “And anyway we are not getting out of it:” We remain a very vulnerable country. In Germany, infections are increasing, because swabs and tracing are done. Here either few or too many antigenic and few molecular are made. I have no idea”.
Pressed, the professor also denies having commented on Twitter: “I would recommend AstraZeneca without a doubt also to young women “.” Never wrote this thing. “And again:” I have always been consistent about everything “. But it’s possible to make mistakes,” no “, he replies. “, he retorts. In short. Chrysantists make no mistakes.” What mistakes? Tell me one “. Indeed, he stresses,” if they had listened to me in February, Lombardy and Veneto would not have met that end “.
The microbiologist said that the open days for AstraZeneca should not be done without the OK of the Scientific Technical Committee but the president of Liguria Giovanni Toti denied it. “And then it was a mistake of the Scientific Technical Committee. If the Open days were made to dispose of AstraZeneca it is very serious. Anyway it is all a cabbage communication. It was a crazy mistake to say that what Ema and Aifa decided was carved in bronze. Now people are terrified. ” But “without the vaccines I don’t know where we would be”.
Finally: “Italy is on the way to having more deaths than all of Europe and the highest mortality per 100,000 inhabitants. Indeed, on mortality we are the worst in the world “, concludes Crisanti. It is his last prophecy, obviously black.