LIVE COVID-19 – Lazio Region, Zingaretti: “Open Day on children with Pfizer”. 42.4 million vaccinated in Italy. Cases are growing in Great Britain

LIVE COVID-19 – Lazio Region, Zingaretti: “Open Day on children with Pfizer”. 42.4 million vaccinated in Italy. Cases are growing in Great Britain
LIVE COVID-19 – Lazio Region, Zingaretti: “Open Day on children with Pfizer”. 42.4 million vaccinated in Italy. Cases are growing in Great Britain

The Coronavirus emergency continues to give no respite not only in Italy, but throughout the planet. As usual, the Ministry of Health shared the bulletin containing the updates relating to the spread of COVID-19 in Italy. I’m 1.390 the new positives to COVID-19 on 134.136 processed buffers (antigenic and molecular). Deaths in one day are 26. The positivity rate is at1%. Vocegiallorossa.it will update you LIVE with all the main news.

10:27 – On the Open Days “there is a gigantic misunderstanding. In the first place the open day on the boys was done with Pfizer. Secondly, they have been a tool that has met with great success but “in which we have always respected the indications on the vaccines to be used.” The theme is to respect scientific indications “, said the president of the Lazio Region Nicola Zingaretti, a Rai News 24.

10:06 – The president of the Republic Sergio Mattarella spoke to Sky TG 24 On the occasion of World Blood Donor Day 2021:

“I wish to extend a warm greeting to the organizers and participants of this event promoted by the Italian Blood Volunteers Association, constantly engaged in raising awareness of donation. The chosen theme is dedicated to those who contribute with generosity and responsibility to spread the culture of giving. My thoughts are addressed to all women and men, and in particular to young people who, through the donation of blood, transmit a message of sharing and solidarity. Such an important event offers an opportunity to reflect and strengthen action, worldwide, of strengthening the founding values ​​of our society. Especially in times of pandemics, the need to protect the life, health and rights of the community has become a global emergency. The events that have changed our life in this’ last year, however, they have not stopped the widespread and precious work of donors and voluntary associations that , despite the difficulties, they are committed to guaranteeing those life-saving therapies and interventions that would not have been possible without the donation of blood “.

09:42 – “The Indian variant is a big puzzle because the numbers they gave us at the beginning, on the presumption that it escapes the vaccine, were very confusing. And then the data seemed to be limited to a community, which instead is escaping. if it causes a form of flu or a serious illness … It is one of the famous variants that needs to be studied a lot right away and is the reason why it is necessary to massively sequence “. He said it Guido Rasi, former Ema director and consultant to the COVID-19 emergency commissioner Figliuolo, ad Agora its Rai 3, answering the question on the rise in infections in the United Kingdom.

09:18 – The origin of the COVID-19 epidemic “is a scientific question”. There China “it has always maintained an open and transparent attitude and has taken a leading role in the cooperation on its traceability with the WHO”. A spokesman for the Chinese embassy in London, in response to the final statement of the G7, objected that we must not “politicize”, but follow a work done in a “scientific, objective and fair way”, glossing over the request for a new investigation. “The China-WHO Expert Group has conducted research independently, writing independent reports, following WHO procedures and adopting scientific methods.”

09:00 – It has now been decided: in the face of an alarming growth in new COVID-19 cases caused by the Indian variant (or “delta”, as the WHO called it), British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will speak to the nation tonight for ask for more patience and will announce the postponement of four weeks in England of Freedom Day (June 21 was the date originally planned for the easing of each restriction). The UK recorded a further 7,490 cases yesterday, a 49% increase from last week and eight deaths. Scotland is also expected to move to level zero, the less stringent restrictions, on June 28, but Nicola Sturgeon is expected to provide an update on Tuesday.

08:40 – There are 42,245,192 doses of vaccine against COVID-19 administered in Italy, 92.3% of the total of those delivered, which are 45.745.907 so far. In detail, 30,651,132 Pfizer-BioNTech, 4,177,415 Moderna, 9,175,360 Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca) and 1,742,000 Janssen (J&J). The Italians who have completed the vaccination cycle are 14,070,044, equal to 25.93% of the population over 12. This is what we read in the online report of the extraordinary commissioner for the health emergency updated at 6:09 today.

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