On Monday, Italy began administering third doses of the COVID-19 vaccination to those who are considered clinically fragile, such as the immunosuppressed and transplant recipients.
As a result, around three million people are expected to receive a third vaccination.
For the third jabs, the Italian pharmaceuticals agency AIFA has recommended using mRna vaccines such as those made by Pfizer and Moderna.
According to the health ministry, there have been 2,772 new cases of COVID-19 across Italy in the previous 24 hours, with 37 more victims.
On Tuesday, there were 2,494 new cases and 49 new victims. A total of 278,945 tests have been completed, compared to 315,285 on Tuesday.
The positive rate has increased from 0.79 percent to 1%.
Intensive care cases have decreased by three, and hospital admissions have decreased by 113.
The current positive number is 80,451, down 2,095 from the previous day.
The number of people who have been found and released has increased by 4,827 since Tuesday.
Since the outbreak began, there have been 4,707,087 cases and 131,421 deaths.
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