Increase in vaccination appointments following the appeal of the country’s prime minister

Vaccination appointments against Covid 19 in Italy are showing a spectacular increase, following yesterday’s appeal by Prime Minister Mario Draghi. “I call on all Italians to be vaccinated immediately, to protect themselves and the people they love,” Draghi said.

According to official figures, in all regions of the country, the response of citizens in the last twenty-four hours has been impressive. In Lombardy, with Milan as its capital, appointments made by computer or telephone yesterday were 30,000 more than on Wednesday.

“Our free vaccination hotlines have been really overloaded since yesterday,” said Veneto Governor Luca Jaia. In Campania, with Naples as its capital, the average number of appointments last week was 5,000 a day, yesterday it reached 10,000.

As for Lower Italy, in the southeastern region of Puglia, all the clinics of the Italian public health system record an increased attendance of citizens for vaccination.

In the northeastern region of Friuli Venezia Giulia – with Trieste as its capital – the increase in appointments, according to experts, is due to both Draghi’s call and the announcement that the vaccinated, holders of the “green pass”, will have free access to many public and private enclosed spaces.

Today, however, the secretary of the League, Matteo Salvini, after the postponement of the appointment that he had made in June, posted a photo outside the vaccination center, with the official document of his district for the vaccination process. Which, according to political observers, clearly suggests that he was given the first dose of an anti-Covid drug 19.


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