Good news from Italy dispels doubts about Corona vaccines


Rome – Italy’s National Institute of Health said on Tuesday that nearly 99 percent of people who died of Covid-19 disease since February this year had not received both doses of the vaccine.

The study, in the context of a regular report on Covid deaths published by the institute, added that the few people who were fully vaccinated and who nevertheless died of the disease were much older than those who died without being fully vaccinated, with an average age of 88.6 versus 80.

In addition, they had more underlying health problems before contracting the virus.

Italy followed in France’s footsteps last week when it announced that proof of obtaining the vaccine or having immunity from Covid would soon become a mandatory condition before being able to practice a number of activities, including indoor dining and entering places such as gyms, swimming pools, museums and homes. Cinema.

Since that announcement, Italian authorities have seen a clear increase in registrations for vaccinations. So far, nearly 57 percent of the population over 12 years of age has been vaccinated with both doses.


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