Italy: Doctors urge not to relax measures against coronavirus


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Italian doctors appeal to Mario Draghi’s government not to decide relaxation of measures against coronavirus, reports ΑΠΕ.

Italy’s largest medical associations stress that “mortality remains high and the proportion of coronavirus patients in the country’s hospital wards has exceeded the alert threshold.”

At the same time, they report that “hospital staff is fighting on a 24-hour basis, seven days a week, against the third wave of the pandemic, which has spread to areas of Italy that, until now, had not been affected, such as Sardinia.”

The appeal of Italians is a response to the statements of the Minister of Regional Affairs Maria Stella Jelmini, who reiterated that around April 20 the government will conduct a comprehensive assessment of the situation to determine whether some commercial enterprises can return to full operation.

Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi has made it clear that the relevant “green light” will only be given if the epidemiological evidence allows it, but Matteo Salvini’s Lega – which is part of the government – is exerting constant pressure with the aim of reopening as soon as possible. of the Italian market as a whole.

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