Green pass, Pregliasco: “Going backwards GB is risk”

Green pass, Pregliasco: “Going backwards GB is risk”

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Green pass, Pregliasco: “Going backwards GB is risk”

The British government’s turnaround, led by Boris Johnson, on the Green pass “in Italy today is indeed feasible and would open to great epidemiological risks, it would be an undesirable backtrack”. Virologist Fabrizio Pregliasco, a professor at the State University of Milan, explains this to Adnkronos Salute. “We know well, because we have also seen it with the choice of starting with the vaccination with the first dose at all, how England faces the pandemic with a different spirit from the rest of the EU – recalls Pregliasco – That of Boris Johnson on the Green pass is clearly a political choice. There is no manual for dealing with the Covid pandemic. “

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According to Pregliasco, “the Green pass in Italy has helped a lot to increase vaccinations among young people, thinking of going back would be a very wrong message”.

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