COVID: Back to normality in 7-15 months – Rezza

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 9 – Giovanni Rezza, the health ministry’s
director of prevention, said Tuesday that Italy should be able
to return to some semblance of normality within seven to 15
months if it manages to administer 240,000 COVID-19 vaccinations
a day.
    “We recently developed a mathematical model with the Higher
Health Institute (ISS) and the Fondazione Bruno Kessler to see
when we will be able to return to pseudo normality,” Rezza told
the Senate’s health and hygiene committee.
    “If we assume that the vaccine protects from infection and that
the foundation protects for at least two years, by vaccinating
240,000 people a day we will manage to return to normality in
seven to 15 months.
    “This can be obtained with a high number of vaccinations and
keeping up containment (of the coronavirus)”. (ANSA).


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