“The Green pass is not a public health measure, it does not have a metric to measure the impact on transmission” of the Sars-CoV-2 coronavirus. “It is an impromptu measure that actually aims to limit contacts between unvaccinated people, but no one knows the effect of the Green pass on the transmission of the virus. What is dangerous is that the politicians say that with the Green pass we create safe environments. There is nothing more wrong, because we are only slightly more protected with the green certificate, but not safe. ” This was stated by Andrea Crisanti, director of the Department of Molecular Medicine at the University of Padua, guest of the program ‘L’Aria che tira’ on La7, commenting on a possible extension of salivary tests at school.
“We are still in a transition phase and perhaps the light can be glimpsed at the end of the tunnel. But we have situations like the one that is happening in England, with 30-40 thousand cases a day and 150-180 deaths per day, an important number that casts mistrust. on what could happen to us “, emphasizes Crisanti.
Then, answering a question about his militancy on the left and his presence as a guest at the Article 1 party in Padua: “I am particularly attentive to social issues. more balanced “.