The Delta variant of the Coronavirus worries Italy, but “frankly I don’t think we can think of the risk of a new pandemic wave with the scope and characteristics of last year’s. There are many vaccinated against Covid. We are behind the British, but by now we too have made many. We are worried about the over 60 who have not been vaccinated but, in short, it is difficult to think of a wave with a connotation like the one already seen “. To say it is Massimo Galli, Head of Infectious Diseases of the Sacco Hospital in Milan, host of the program ‘Agorà Estate’.
Today, considering the presence of anti Covid vaccines, “even one death due to the coronavirus is unacceptable, although we will have to accept a few more deaths, unfortunately. We must do things well. And getting us another virus from England is not brilliant. idea “, explains Galli about the possible arrival in Italy of English fans for the European Championship match, scheduled for tomorrow in Rome, England-Ukraine.
“Let us also remember that the English variant we have it in Italy and it is inevitable that it will become the predominant variant in our country. We just have to hope that, while overwhelming, it does not lead to hundreds or thousands of cases“, he concluded.