“Outrageous hope“, at that time Giorgia Meloni in a post published on his profile Twitter. The Minister of Health, the leader of Fratelli d’italia accuses, “declares that ‘at this moment there is no other kind of prediction on the mandatory nature’ of vaccines. At this moment?”, Meloni blurts out, “we don’t play. The government calm down, we are not a totalitarian regime. Our Constitution it does not include the vaccination obligation“.
At a press conference at Palazzo Chigi, yesterday 18 June, Minister Speranza declared: “Make vaccination compulsory for some categories or for the population in general? the obligation for health professionals and all those who have to do with care and assistance activities “. And he said:” At this moment there is no other kind of prediction on the mandatory nature and we see a very positive response from the citizens and we continue to trust that the campaign will continue with great energy and determination “.
“The Technical Scientific Committee met to which I had asked a question for clarification on heterologous vaccination”, continued Speranza. “The CTS response is that there is a recommendation, a very strong indication, for theuse of heterologous for the people under 60 who used the AstraZeneca vaccine in the first dose, but the possibility remains open for those who request it, on the basis of medical consent, to be able to also use the second dose under the age of 60, the AstraZeneca vaccine “. And again:” We reiterate with all energy that the priority is to generational nature: we must absolutely complete the vaccination of the most fragile categories, which are those who, encountering the virus, risk paying the highest price “.