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Michele Shortglieri, Arcigay: “Italy is also starting to use the monkeypox vaccine”

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Michele Shortglieri, Arcigay: “Italy is also starting to use the monkeypox vaccine”

Italy has so far received 5,300 doses of the vaccine to be used against monkeypox. They arrived on July 15th, but have yet to be distributed. “At a table at the Ministry of Health we were told that they are working on a circular and the procedures to be established with the Regions. We expect it to start in September”, he explains. Michele ShortglieriHealth Manager of Arcigay.

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