“Regarding vaccination for the over-80s unfortunately there are differences between Regions: there are Regions that they neglect the elderly. But we must be united and all the Regions must stick to national priorities “, these are the harsh words spoken by the Prime Minister, Mario Draghi, during the communications in the Senate in view of the European Council of 25 and 26 March. A frontal attack on some regions that in recent weeks have not adequately implemented the government’s vaccination plan. For the former number 1 of the ECB, these differences “are difficult to accept”.
“One year later, we must do everything possible to solve the crisis. We know how to do it, we have 4 safe and effective vaccines, Johnson & Johnson arrives in April. The goal is to vaccinate as many people as possible in the shortest possible time. possible time “, specified the premier.
Dragons in the Senate: reopening after Easter
“While the vaccination campaign proceeds it is good to think about planning the reopening. If the epidemiological situation allows it, we will begin to reopen the school in the first place and at least the primary and kindergartens also in the red areas when the current restrictions expire, hopefully immediately after Easter. “. These words were accompanied by a spontaneous applause from the classroom
Draghi in the Senate: Biden will participate in the European Council
“Strong satisfaction for the participation of US President Joe Biden in a segment of the European Council. His presence” testifies to “the mutual desire to give new impetus” to EU-US relations.
Dragons in the Senate: Green pass to travel
Yes to the green pass vaccination, but without discrimination: “On March 17, 2021, the European Commission presented a proposal aimed at creating a” digital green certificate “to allow free and safe movement of citizens in the EU. The aim is to give, within 3 months, a digital certificate to those who have been vaccinated, who have undergone a diagnostic test for SARS-CoV-2, or who are cured. Freedom of movement must go hand in hand with the guarantee of health, “he said. said the Premier. “However, this objective must be achieved without discrimination and in compliance with the protection of sensitive data of European citizens. It is a complex project. The Commission will have to present detailed guidelines, and the Member States will have to be able to make it operational” .