Vaccines, small shock: 1100 altitude reached Many calls, but many fragile ones are still missing

Vaccines, small shock: 1100 altitude reached Many calls, but many fragile ones are still missing
Vaccines, small shock: 1100 altitude reached Many calls, but many fragile ones are still missing

by Nicholas Masetti A Friday with about 1100 vaccines between the Muraglia hospital and the Rossini Center. All Pfizer. Without ifs and buts. Nobody says no to American serum. Indeed, even those who are called in the morning immediately rush to get vaccinated to avoid further postponements. This is the case of a lady over 70 at the former Ristò: 10 days ago she said no to the Astrazeneca because she could not do it, yesterday morning she was called because a place was vacated and half an hour later, in the company of her husband already vaccinated with Astrazeneca, they take the car to Villa San Martino …

by Nicholas Masetti

A Friday with about 1100 vaccines between the Muraglia hospital and the Rossini Center. All Pfizer. Without ifs and buts. Nobody says no to American serum. Indeed, even those who are called in the morning immediately rush to get vaccinated to avoid further postponements. This is the case of a lady over 70 at the former Ristò: 10 days ago she said no to the Astrazeneca because she could not do it, yesterday morning she was called because a place was vacated and half an hour later, in the company of her husband already vaccinated with Astrazeneca, they take the car to Villa San Martino and are already in line to take the first dose. One of the few, however, in a day that instead saw many calls. Fragile patients, caregivers, diabetics, over 60. Yesterday it was everyone’s turn between the two vaccination points in Pesaro.

At the Rossini Center vaccination hub about 500 doses between morning and afternoon (far from the expected 800), a number equal to the sum of the previous two days, Wednesday and Thursday, when Astrazeneca was there. While at the Muraglia hospital, in via Lombroso, the vaccinated are more than 600, reaching about 1300 considering Thursday as well. The diabetic association of Pesaro, led by Paolo Muratori, welcomes not only diabetics, but also frail people, cohabitants, oncologists, caregivers (they also at the Rossini Center, Asur decides where to send them), heart patients and invalids. “But not everyone has been called yet,” explains Eloisa Ferri, secretary of the association, standing at the entrance to the facility while welcoming patients. In fact, Tuesday 18 May, as we had written on 4 April, had to be the date circled in red to complete, complete with a reminder, an audience of about 15 thousand fragile people. But it doesn’t seem so. “We continue to proceed”, says Ferri. Speaking of “not called”, a 26-year-old boy asks the ADP secretary for explanations. A week ago he registered on the online portal but has not yet been called back by Marche Nord to make an appointment, while his father got vaccinated yesterday. Since this is not the only situation, the diabetic association has prepared a mini registration guide for the vaccination of fragile subjects, cohabitants and caregivers. Four sheets, eight sides, where all the steps to be taken are explained.

In Muraglia, which has now become the real second vaccination point of the city, yesterday also the deputy and former undersecretary for economic development Alessia Morani, one of the fragile subjects, made the call with Pfizer. From today, starting at 12 noon, reservations open for people between 50 and 59 years old. 220 thousand interested in the Marche, but over a quarter (about 60 thousand) already vaccinated in other categories. From Monday they too will begin to fill – hopefully, given the void of the last few days – the former Ristò di Pesaro.

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