More than 9.85 million people were vaccinated after receiving two doses, or 16.6% of the peninsula’s population of 60 million.
Italy officially approved 30 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine that were injected on Saturday, and nearly 10 million people were vaccinated, according to government figures. More than 9.85 million people were vaccinated after receiving two doses, or 16.6% of the peninsula’s population of 60 million. Two-thirds of the 30 million doses were given to Italians over the age of 60.
At the decoding stage
Italy was hit hard in early 2020 by the epidemic that killed 125,153 people there, the largest number of deaths in Europe so far after the United Kingdom (128,000 deaths) and ahead of France (108,000). Italy has been cautiously dismantling the ban since April 26 after months of health restrictions, as bars and restaurants are now able to serve their customers outdoors. The downtrend is being confirmed day by day. Health officials on Saturday reported 125 deaths in the past 24 hours, three times less than last month. The positivity rate of nearly 300,000 tests taken simultaneously fell to 1.6%, its lowest level in 2021.
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