Italian media have reported that Mario Draghi’s government is preparing to curb anti-vaccine protests in various cities across the country.
According to Rai Public Television, the anti-vaccination mobilizations will soon not be able to take place in the historic centers of the various cities, while the participants will only be able to hold sit-in protests, without marches.
In Trieste, it has already been decided to ban demonstrations in the city’s main square until the end of the year, due to the continuous increase in cases.
Twenty-six patients with severe coronavirus symptoms have been admitted to the pulmonology clinic of the city’s largest hospital. In the wider northeastern region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, two-thirds of hospital emergency patients are positive for the coronavirus.
Overall, in Italy the pandemic at this stage is still under control. Today 6,032 new cases were recorded and 68 people lost their lives. In the northern regions of Veneto, Liguria and Piedmont, however, in recent days the infections have started to increase dangerously.
“Under no circumstances should we limit our vigilance. The World Health Organization tells us that winter will bring significant problems. We will, in the near future, insist on administering the third dose of the vaccine,” he said. Health Roberto Speranza.
Source From: Capital