Coronavirus, Zangrillo: “Let’s not get confused, being infected does not mean being sick”

The guest professor on La7 at the «In Onda» program | Courier TV

“The increases in infections in recent days are confirmation of what I had to say on April 28, at the end of the most dramatic part of the epidemic, that is, that we should have learned to live with the Coronavirus”. This was supported by Professor Alberto Zangrillo, head of the general and cardio-thoraco-vascular anesthesia and resuscitation unit of the San Raffaele hospital in Milan, who also wanted to clarify a concept: “Being infected with Sars-Cov2 does not mean to say being sick has no meaning from a clinical-health point of view. The infected person – continued Zangrillo – is simply the one who came into contact with the virus and fortunately does not manifest a clinical symptomatology such that it must be the responsibility of the doctor “.



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