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Italian Health: All Italians receive the first dose of the Corona vaccine at the beginning of the summer

The Italian Minister of Health, Roberto Speranza, announced that all Italians will have received the first dose of the vaccine against the Corona virus by the summer, according to the Italian “ANSA” agency.

"Our concrete goal is to vaccinate all Italians who want it, with the first dose by the end of the summer," the minister added, during a visit to Santo Stefano Hospital.

In the same context, the Minister stressed the importance of masks, stressing their importance as an essential element in the fight against the Corona virus, adding, “Today is a beautiful day because from now on all of our country is in the White Zone, which allows us to have more freedoms, but we should continue on the path of caution and caution because We haven't won the battle yet, and the virus is still spreading wildly."

Today, Monday, Italy, with all its regions, became “low-risk” in terms of the spread of the Corona virus, and the wearing of masks in outdoor places is no longer mandatory, which represents a prominent stage for the first European country to be hit by the epidemic in February 2020.

For the first time, the Ministry of Health denied each of Italy's 20 regions as "white", indicating a low risk, under the country's color-coded classification system that assesses the risks of the spread of Corona.