Italian pharmacists authorised to give Covid-19 jabs

 

Italian pharmacists will give COVID jabs while more than 5,000 people have obtained the necessary qualifications. 

 


About 5,174 pharmacists across the country have completed the necessary courses, and another 2,800 are completing the course.


The Ministry of Health said on Thursday that in the past 24 hours, Italy had 24,935 new cases of COVID-19 and another 423 victims of the virus. In comparison, there were 23,059 new cases on Wednesday and another 431 victims. 

 

Compared to Wednesday’s 369,084, there was a drop of about 353,737 tests. The positivity rate increased from 6.2% to 7%, an increase of 0.8%. 

 


The number of intensive care cases increased by 249, and the number of hospitalizations increased by 177.

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