Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi recently announced that he will be given the second dose of the coronavirus vaccine, with the so-called "mixed method".
The first dose was given with Astrazeneca and, as he said, to complete the vaccination cycle he will be given a different preparation.
The Italian Prime Minister reiterated that based on the latest decisions of his government and the committee of scientists that advises it, the Astrazeneca vaccine should now be given only to citizens aged 60 and over.
Younger citizens wishing to receive a second dose of Astrazeneca coronavirus vaccine should obtain their doctor's permission and sign a statement stating that they have been informed in detail about their choice. .
Mario Draghi, however, wanted to emphasize again that the method of the so-called "mixed vaccination" is completely safe and that Italians and foreigners in the country must complete their vaccination.
The Italian technocratic prime minister finally said that the priority, at this stage, is to convince 2,5 million citizens over the age of sixty who until now did not want to be vaccinated, to reconsider and get a protection shield against covid 19.