COVID: Lazio jails to get jab in mid-March

Weird Italy 07a7a154a1bf233294d0f70a5cad2bca COVID: Lazio jails to get jab in mid-March What happened in Italy today

(ANSA) – ROME, FEB 16 – Prison staff and inmates in Lazio
will start getting the COVID jab in mid-March, health councillor
Alessio D’Amato said Tuesday.
    He said staff should finish being vaccinated by the start of
April.
    There has been a recent upsurgr in COVID cases in Italian
prisons.
    All 27 jab hubs including Termini Station and the Nuvola
skyscraper in the southern Fascist-era EUR district are
operational, he said.
    School and university staff will start getting the jab next
Monday, D’Amato added. (ANSA).
   

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