Miozzo: “Movements for Christmas? It depends on the next 15 days. To sanction gatherings or in January there will be the third wave”

Controls and sanctions “Strict”, otherwise “Skip all”. With a serious consequence: “Third wave in January”. It is the invitation that comes from coordinator of the Scientific Technical Committee Agostino Miozzo to adjust the reopening of shops in view of Christmas. “To avoid thegathering gives shopping – he says – it will take a monitoring rigorous and sanctions strict. If it doesn’t skip everything and in January we are with the third wave ”.

The coordinator of the CTS also focused on displacements between Regions in the Christmas period and on the themes of reopening of schools to students, now forced to distance learning in high school and, in areas with major restrictions, even in the second and third grades of middle school. “We have to evaluate the progress of the epidemic curve in the next two weeks. Only on the basis of that will it be possible to decide “, explained Miozzo regarding the exceptions to interregional mobility for holidays, defined “Possible” by the Undersecretary for Health Sandra Zampa.

“We know that the interregional shift has been a cause of important diffusion of the virus – adds the coordinator of the CTS – But it is also true that in this situation there are needs of a social nature important “. The data will therefore be “fundamental”, “but also i controls and the ability to independently make gods quick swabs “. It is evident, however, that, Miozzo concludes, “if the movements can be authorized, obviously strict compliance with the rules “.

Regarding the school in the presence “is a fundamental element growth and training process of our children ”, he underlines, and therefore the reopening of the institutes “Must be a priority”. In recent days, Miozzo says, there has also been a confrontation with international organizations, starting withWHO and fromUnesco, to take stock of the situation and verify how other important EU countries, France, Germany e Great Britain, have all given “strict indications for maintaining the opening of schools”.

And “we, as CTS, have expressed our thinking several times, which has not changed: we believe – he underlines – that schools must reopen, also because spacing, the use of masks, until hygiene have been put in place. All elements that reduce risks “. But not only: “With due diligence precautions and constant monitoring – concludes the CTS coordinator – school is not a place of risk, it being understood that zero risk does not exist anywhere and in any context, but a place of information and awareness of the risks that are expressed with the coronavirus “.

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