And Wednesday; the same, maximum, Thursdayì, emaneremo a circular or ordinance to explain to the Regions how they should behave in these cases.” It is announced by the deputy minister of Health, Ferruccio Fazio, yesterday at the università of Milan Bicocca in the margin of an international conference on drugs.
“At the present time there are no mutations of the H1N1 virus. The trend of this influence continues to be more benign than expected”, adds the deputy minister, who in recent weeks had estimated the number of serious cases in Italy amounting to approximately a couple of hundreds.
“I Think – emphasizes Fazio – that in this whole affair is appropriate to provide citizens with a precise and transparent, as right from the start he has made to the Government.
Hold a straight bar, we continue in the direction undertaken – concludes – there are no reasons of concern related to the events of the last days. A death like that of the woman of Messina we expected”.
yesterday morning, Fazio has reassured those present on plans for distribution of the vaccine: “The vaccine anti-H1N1 will be ready as we have always said between 15 October and 15 November – reiterates Fazio – we have no reason to think that there are significant delays. Può be that there are” delays, says the minister, “but the first doses should arrive in the expected time”.
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