Covid, Rezza: “The measures, the green pass and vaccinations are keeping the infection under control”

Covid, Rezza: “The measures, the green pass and vaccinations are keeping the infection under control”
Covid, Rezza: “The measures, the green pass and vaccinations are keeping the infection under control”

“This week still tends to gradually improve the epidemiological situation in our country. The incidence rate is fixed at 34 cases of Covid-19 per 100 thousand inhabitants, also the transmissibility index Rt is quite stable around 0.83 and therefore below unity ”. It is the photograph of the situation of the pandemic in our country described by the Director of Prevention of the Ministry of Health, Gianni Rezza, in his weekly video message. Even the hospital wards are not suffering, he explains. “As regards the occupancy rate of beds in the medical and intensive care area, we are respectively 4.9% and 4.2% and therefore well below the critical threshold“. Evidently, he underlines, “the measures that have been taken, including the green pass, and the success of the vaccination campaign are maintaining some control of the infection. This allows us to gradually reopen most of the activities but of course – he warns – everything must be monitored very carefully “

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