Omceo Rome: with Delta variant cases will increase, but no risk for vaccinated

Omceo Rome: with Delta variant cases will increase, but no risk for vaccinated
Omceo Rome: with Delta variant cases will increase, but no risk for vaccinated

Rome – “There is a risk that in the coming weeks the cases will increase due to the circulation of the Delta variant, but do not be alarmed: for those who have completed the vaccination cycle there are no problems, while those who may have some problems are those who have received a single dose or who has not been vaccinated “. Thus the president of the Order of doctors of Rome, Antonio Magi, asked about the issue by the Dire agency.

“The cases of positivity could increase, especially among the unvaccinated, because the Delta variant has a high contagiousness – he continued – We hope to be able to avoid, regardless of the number of positives that there will be, hospitalizations and intensive care “.

The Delta variant, meanwhile, seems to affect younger people, but “we still need to understand if this is the case simply because the older ones are already vaccinated”, explained Magi, according to which the problem “still exists” and it is “necessary that people get vaccinated “.

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