The vaccine, the head of state points out, is “the tool that the scientific community has delivered to us at great speed to defeat the virus and is allowing us to overcome its consequences not only for health but also for economic and social reasons”. So that of getting vaccinated is “a sense of common responsibility that everyone must feel”. “The economy has restarted, the data are extraordinarily positive”, underlines the President of the Republic, recalling that “all this is possible because we fight the pandemic with responsible behavior, with vaccination, with prudent behavior that does not conflict with the normality of life. The vast majority of citizens do it and it deserves appreciation and gratitude “.
Mattarella therefore underlines that “the violence and threats that emerge in this period against doctors, scientists and journalists and people from the institutions” are “alarming and serious phenomena that must be firmly opposed, even by sanctioning with due rigor”.
Hope: “The Rome Pact will guarantee vaccines for fragile countries” –
Meanwhile, at the end of the first day of the G20 Health in the Capital, “the conditions are in place to build the Rome Pact, which will guarantee vaccines even in the most fragile countries”. The Minister of Health, Roberto Speranza, is convinced of this and explains that “the commitment of this Pact we are working on is to build conditions for which the vaccine is a right of all and not a privilege of a few”.