For the Nobel laureate Giorgio Parisi is the day of the third dose of the anti Covid-19 vaccine. He was vaccinated in Rome, near the La Sapienza University. An injection in the left arm and then the usual fifteen minutes wait. “Getting the third dose of the vaccine is essential because it further reduces the likelihood of getting the disease in a symptomatic and severe form,” the Nobel Prize told ANSA. His third dose is also an opportunity to say that “the fear of getting vaccinated is irrational”.
For Parisi “it is quite clear that we are in a very good situation due to vaccinations” and it is “very reasonable – he added – that all those over 60 take the third dose, as well as all those who are exposed to contacts”. (
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