“Draghi was right to specify what should be done for those arriving from Ukraine, they are people who need to be helped from a humanitarian point of view but cannot ignore the rules that Italian citizens already follow. So: either swab every 48 hours or the anti-Covid vaccination, hoping that they will be vaccinated as soon as possible “. So at Adnkronos Salute Matteo Bassetti, director of the infectious disease clinic of the San Martino hospital in Genoa, returns to what Prime Minister Mario Draghi said yesterday on assistance to Ukrainian refugees arriving in Italy.
“It is a sort of vaccination obligation but it is also a shared position and of utmost caution to safeguard the very good Italian phase with respect to Covid. While in Ukraine things are not so good also from an epidemiological point of view” says Bassetti.
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