COVID: Over 230,000 shots given Wed says Speranza

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 25 – Over 230,000 COVID-19 vaccine shots
were given on Wednesday, health Minister Roberto Speranza said
Thursday.
    He said “the figures are growing” and the government was
determined to speed up the vaccine rollout that has been hit by
repeated delays.
    Speranza said it was now “fundamental” to complete vaccinating
the over-80s and the more fragile members of the community.
    He said the government was at work to “involve productive
facilities able to guarantee the necessary safety standards”.
    Speranza was speaking after a meeting with Employment Minister
Andrea Orlando and Italy’s trade union federations. (ANSA).
   

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