(ANSA) – MILAN, Dec 11 – Milan queues in front of the Isilunga supermarket in Via Robatino – the eastern outskirts of the city – for vaccinations against Covid-19. The administrations are done in a container, which is set up in the outside car park of the store. ARIO, the regional emergency agency for emergencies, and a general practitioner cooperative operated by it. The initiative was a success: an hour’s wait this morning to receive the dose and about eighty vaccinations were made in the first four hours. Yesterday, on the first day of opening, there were about a hundred. Until tomorrow, access to the center will be free for everyone, from 8 to 20, but from Monday it will be necessary to book.
The vaccination point on Rubatino Street is one of the first to be opened after the expression of interest that the Lombardy region has launched in recent weeks and targeted at large commercial chains. A second center is already active in Esselunga di Pantigliate, in the region of Milan, while in the next few days a new opening is planned in Masnago, in the province of Varese. (Dealing).
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