COVID: Mattarella vaccinated at Spallanzani

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 9 – President Sergio Mattarella was
vaccinated against COVID-19 Tuesday at Italy’s premier
infectious disease hospital, the Spallanzani in Rome.
    This came as vaccinations got into full swing for 79-year-olds
and older people in Rome, sources said.
    The president, who will be 80 in July, got a dose of the Moderna
vaccine.
    After getting the jab he waited for 15 minutes before leaving
the hospital. (ANSA).
   

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