“We are finally there, after so many announcements tomorrow 150 pharmacies in Naples and its province they start with the administration of vaccines. Each pharmacy has had 50 or 100 doses of Johnson, in a single administration and we leave tomorrow ». So Vincenzo Santagada, president of the order of pharmacists of the province of Naples, announces the green flag to pharmacists who from tomorrow enter fully into the administration of vaccines.
«Asl Napoli 1 and Asl Napoli 3 leave tomorrow – he explains – while Asl Napoli 2 will start gradually over the next few days. Every citizen who wants it goes to the pharmacy and if it is inserted on the platform the pharmacist enters his card, extracts the name, records it and vaccinates it. If not registered, the pharmacist makes the registration and administration. I remember that we are talking about citizens between 18 and 59 with Johnson, even if it is not excluded that in the coming weeks they will give us other types of vaccines ».
The expectation is of the citizens, many of whom have a relationship of trust with the pharmacist that will allow them to overcome the latest mistrust towards vaccines: “Every pharmacy – explains Santagada – has communicated its vaccination capacity to the Order and Federfarma and the ASL, on the basis of that, 50 or 100 vaccines were delivered. All the pharmacies that have given availability are receiving hundreds of phone calls these days, from citizens who ask when to leave, we are faced with a health care proximity of great sensitivity towards citizens. Pharmacies will be more and more important and if there is a third recall and some vaccination hubs have to be closed, the administration will be done more and more in pharmacies and at the general practitioner, making it a normal everyday thing “. Meanwhile, the pharmacists of Naples have continued their solidarity in recent days and have donated with the project “A Drug for All” to Cardinal Konrad Krajewski, almsgiver of Pope Francis drugs for the poor of India and Lebanon for a value of 60,000 euros.