Rome, 3 June 2021 – As Italy prepares to dress in white (from 21 June, excluding Valle d’Aosta), tadorns the greenery among the Italian regions in the map of the European Center for Disease Control and Prevention on the pandemic situation of the Covid. In the latest update the Molise tinged with verde, color indicative of the least risk band. Compared to the previous map instead they earn the orange Tuscany, Campania and Puglia, which reach the rest of the Peninsula, already orange, including the islands. The only red spots are instead Basilicata, Calabria e Valle d’Aosta. Good news, especially for the tourism. NIn fact, the new recommendations of the European Commission there should be no restrictions (test or quarantine) for people traveling from green zones.
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Vaccines: Italy ahead of Germany and France
As of May 30 the 45.8% of the adult population of Italy has been vaccinated with at least one dose, less than France (48,2%), Germany (51,5%) e Spain (46.3%). This was reported in the weekly ECDC report, updated today, which confirms the primacy of Malta (65.8%) and Hungary (62.4%). The detachment between Italy and Germany, as regards those who have received at least the first dose, is 5.7 percentage points, but the situation improves markedly if we consider the share of the adult population fully vaccinated, i.e. with two doses of AstraZeneca, Moderna or BioNTech / Pfizer or with a dose of Janssen (J&J). For the vaccinated who have closed the course of injections, l’Italy it is in fact al 23,5%, ahead of both Germany (21.1%) and France (20.9%), and aligned with Spain (23.6%). Also in this case are Malta (49.7%) and Hungary (44.7%), which, however, has also injected vaccines not authorized by the EMA.
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