Covid: a family doctor dies in Turin, he had not yet been vaccinated because he was allergic

Covid: a family doctor dies in Turin, he had not yet been vaccinated because he was allergic
Covid: a family doctor dies in Turin, he had not yet been vaccinated because he was allergic
Another victim among family doctors. Doctor Claudio Viano, 68, a doctor from San Mauro, died last night in the hospital at Giovanni Bosco, he had been hospitalized for three weeks at Giovanni Bosco.

He had not been able to be vaccinated during the campaign that between February and early March had made it possible to immunize most of the family doctors: the too many allergies he suffered from had discouraged the administration of the serum. He was waiting to be able to access the vaccine with hospitalization, a formula that allows inoculation of even the most fragile patients. Although he could not get vaccinated, he never stopped working.

He had stayed in the office until the day he found out he had contracted the virus. In fact, even all the patients who had had contact with him in the last days of his practice in the study had been subjected to the swab for safety, only one tested positive but it seems certain that he did not get infected in his study.

Viano was a general practitioner and a well-known sports doctor in San Mauro, many remember him with affection among the patients that the doctor had followed for over ten years. Three weeks ago the doctor was rushed to the Giovanni Bosco hospital, and shortly after he was transferred to intensive care.

The family doctor also had a passion for politics: he had been a municipal councilor in San Mauro, for some time he had approached a Civic list with which he was collaborating in view of the next administrative. Tomorrow at 3.30 pm, the funeral will be celebrated at the cemetery of San Mauro.

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