Anti-Kovid vaccines have arrived in Italy
AGI – The first dose of the vaccine destined for Italy has arrived at the Brenner Pass. 9,750 doses of the Pfitzer Biontech anti-Kovid vaccine, aboard a van from Belgium. Thus began the EOS operation, ordered by the Minister of Defense Lorenzo Guerini, at the request of the extraordinary operational commissioner Domenico Arburi, and in collaboration with their structure and with the Ministry of Health. In the first phase, military vehicles and aircraft will help deliver dosages first, allowing them to reach their destination. Arma dei Carabinieri provides escort service for land movements. Subsequent doses of Pfizer, as envisaged by the vaccine plan, will be delivered to 300 administration sites directly identified by the pharmaceutical company – it continues – by the commissioner structuring along the region. In the second phase, as soon as ‘cold’ vaccines from other pharmaceutical companies (AstraZeneca, Moderna, etc.) are available, the Armed Forces will be engaged in logistic transport across the national territory based on the signals provided by the Extraordinary Commissioner. “Everything is ready with regard to anti-Kovid vaccines in Splanzhani”, assures Councilor for Lazio’s health, Alessio D’Amato, explaining that he had conducted an inspection in the hospital area for storage of the vaccines Will be dedicated “Everything works perfectly, we are waiting for the vaccines to arrive”, says D’Matto.
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