Draghi: “The more the elderly are vaccinated, the sooner it opens”

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The more you vaccinate, the sooner you reopen. This was reiterated yesterday, in the third press conference, by Prime Minister Mario Draghi. The reopenings, he explains, “must be there: I don’t have a date, we’re thinking about it these days. It depends on the progress of infections and vaccines. It is clear that for the regions that are more advanced in vaccinations with the most fragile and vulnerable, it will be easier to reopen ”.

From Tuesday, Italy will become almost all orange. But the number of vaccinations carried out will be decisive in establishing the openings.

“We will see how to insert with the ministers the parameter of vaccinations of the categories at risk among the parameters that are used to authorize reopening. Think how much it is especially important for the reopening of schools, especially for those of the older ones: one of the criteria for closing was that they returned home and infected the old people, the grandparents ”, explained Draghi.

Second YouTrend, which crosses the data to draw up, every day, a regional efficiency index of the vaccination campaign, at the top of the ranking are Veneto, Lazio, Trentino, Tuscany and Alto Adige. But, as for the over 70 (most of the “fragile” and “vulnerable” of which Draghi speaks), according to YouTrend, most of those who have already received both the first and the second dose of the vaccine live in the Autonomous Province of Bolzano (28.25%), in Molise (25.42%), in the Autonomous Province of Trento (25.07%) ), in Basilicata (22.40%) and in Emilia Romagna (21.17%). Marche, Piedmont, Lazio, Liguria and Abruzzo are also above the national average.

The highest percentages of elderly people who received the first dose are found in Veneto (51.09%), in the Autonomous Province of Bolzano (47.91%), in the Autonomous Province of Trento (47.33%), in Lazio ( 45.24%) and in Emilia Romagna (44.53%). The national average is 38.40%: above there are also Molise, Valle D’Aosta, Tuscany, Marche and Basilicata. At the bottom of the ranking, however, remain Calabria, Campania, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Lombardy, Puglia, Sardinia, Sicily and Umbria.

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