The first people to be vaccinated in Italy are the director of the virology laboratory at the Spallanzani National Institute of Infectious Diseases in Rome, Maria Rosaria Capobianchi, the nurse Claudia Alivernini and the social worker Omar Altobelli.

They were vaccinated on the morning of Vaccine-day, December 27, at the Spallanzani Institute, together with other health personnel from the Institute and at the same time as vaccination began throughout Italy and Europe.

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Data di pubblicazione: 15 gennaio 2021, ultimo aggiornamento 18 gennaio 2021