Roberto Speranza, Minister of Health in Italy, stated that a third injection was recommended for those over 60 who have completed the program within six months.
Madrid (European Media).- Friday’s announcement by Roberto Speranza, Minister of Health of Italy, that the authorities will broaden the list to include the age for which the third dose Coronavirus vaccine can be given was made.
Speranza stated at the press conference that “Starting next Week, we will attempt to expand (the 3rd dose) to subsequent age group.” He explained, suggesting that a 3rd injection would be a good idea, especially for 60-year olds. The person who performed the injection. The pattern six months ago or longer.
According to La Repubblica information, those with pre-existing, or vulnerable diseases, may also be eligible for a third dose, “regardless their age”.
The minister insisted: “The WHO has issued a warning about the epidemic situation in Europe and we must pay close attention.” He recalled that despite the vaccination, “we must follow the path of good behavior.”
General Fancesco Fignolo, the Special Commissioner charged with managing emergency situations caused by the pandemic confirmed that the authorities took steps to obtain the appropriate oral antiviral medicines from the UK.
Figliuolo clarified that the third dose will be administered between December and February. He said, “By 2022 we have reserved so much doses, it will be possible to give a 3rd injection to every person who completes any type or vaccination cycle.”
Currently, close to 2 million people in the country received the last dose, and nearly 45 million citizens received two doses.