Italy will start administering the fourth dose of the Covid 19 vaccine to frail patients on March 1. The Ministry of Health decided this in Rome after the Medicines Agency (AIFA) gave the green light for the vaccination of the fourth dose over the weekend. Health Minister Roberto Speranza did not rule out the possibility that the entire population could receive the “fourth prick” in the fall.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s government is working to ease Corona‘s restrictions in stages. “Businesses and families need to be able to plan. Therefore, we are working on a ‘road map’ for the gradual return to normality,” Draghi stressed.
Last weekend, the occupancy rate in soccer stadiums increased from 50 to 75 percent. From the beginning of March, all stadium seats could then be filled. From March 10, the consumption of food and beverages in theaters, concert halls and dance halls, cinemas, live music venues, and all places where sports events and competitions are held should be possible again. From March 10, you will again be allowed to visit relatives in the hospital for 45 minutes a day.
March 31 marks the end of the state of emergency on which several government anti-Corona decrees are based. It is expected that further Corona restrictions will fall from April, including mandatory 2G in hotels, restaurants, cinemas, and museums.
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