New data emerged from Rome on Thursday that defies the fear factor narrative imposed by the left wing government. In the last week alone, COVID cases have dropped 32.3 per cent according to the not-for-profit GIMBE foundation.
This is the third successive week of descending numbers.
“The pressure COVID-19 is exerting on Italy’s hospitals had continued to fall too,” the Agenzia Nazionale Stampa Associata (ANSA) reported the story. COVID-positive admissions to hospitals decreased by 14.9 per cent; and COVID-positive admissions to intensive care units decreased by 18.7 per cent. Deaths attributed to the virus were also down 16.2 per cent.
Surely all of this because of the vaccine mandates; notably the mandate that went into effect on Tuesday required all Italian over 50 years of age to be vaccinated.
5.1 million people remain unvaccinated, in defiance of the mandates. Yet COVID continues to subside in the southern European nation.