Rome, 4 Dec. (askanews) – “At first if I had to choose I would vaccinate people who have not contracted the disease have a certain chance of being immune. I believe that an order of priority should be given in this sense. There is no evidence that tells us that those who have been infected cannot do after the vaccine, in theory anyone can get the vaccine “: the director general of prevention of the Ministry of Health, Gianni said in a live press conference on Facebook. Rezza.
“If we think of other infectious diseases, you got sick or didn’t get sick, people get vaccinated. If you were to prioritize you should first vaccinate people who have not had the disease and then offer the vaccine to others as well, ”he added.
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“When knowledge is limited we have to admit it, but I repeat to date there is no evidence that a person who has developed the disease cannot get the vaccine, it is simply a matter of priority. When we have the data available, perhaps we will have more knowledge on who to vaccinate first, ”he later stressed.