Trial of Army-run drive-in vaccination centre starts

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 2 – Italy’s first drive-in COVID-19
vaccination centre run by the Army for civilians has started to
operate on trial basis at Milan’s Baggio hospital.
    This makes it possible for people with physical disabilities to
wait their turn to be be vaccinated in their cars .
    The defence ministry plans to replicate the initiative at other
drive.-in centres set up by the armed forces for COVID swabs.
    These include the centre at the Army’s Cecchignola base in Rome.


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