Tue. May 17th, 2022
Italy begins to provide Kovid booster injections to people over 60 years of age

Italy has begun administering the COVID-19 booster vaccine to people over the age of 60, 24 hours after the country’s health ministry approved the procedure.

The decision earlier this month the European Ag IOC Agency (EM), followed by the official green light, after six months, the second dosage 18 Xinhua news agency reported that the shooting could be considered for people all over, Booster.

 EM’s latest meeting, always the weak immune systems, and people of all ages for six months the second dosage age 60 can move forward with the third dose of According to the government, the vaccination is safe for anybody over the age of 18.

In September, Italy began administering a third dose of Pfizer / Biotech or Modernna vaccine to immunocompromised individuals, transplant patients, over the 80s and caregivers, and health workers.

Vaccination against the coronavirus is strongly recommended but the third dose will be given as an alternative as it is not mandatory in Italy.

Meanwhile, October 3 National Institutes of Health to update the country (aliases) According to the latest weekly monitoring, epidemic “under” in the Coronavirus patients was being reduced gradually curve.

For every 100,000 inhabitants, 34 incidents were reported.

According to Giovanni Ressa, director of the ISS Department of Infectious Diseases, hospital bed settlement data was also encouraging.

We typically register 4.9 percent and 4.2 percent of bed rest in average COVID-19 wards and intensive care units, which is well below critical limits, Reza explained in a video statement.

The vaccination campaign in Italy has already reached 79.9 percent (over 12 ) of the target population, and more than 43 million people have been fully immunized, according to official data. Italy has reported 4,698,038 COVIDs so far, with 131,274 deaths and more than 4.4 million cured.

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