According to ANSA News Agency, on the morning of April 3, local time, a molotov cocktail was attacked by a coronavirus vaccination site in the northern Italian city of Brescia, causing a temporary tent to be partially burned down for logistical supplies. Fortunately, no one was injured.
Lombardy President Fontana condemned the “despicable behavior” on social media on the same day, saying that local police are looking for the perpetrators through security cameras installed on the roadside. It is understood that the incident did not affect the operation of the vaccination site, and all personnel who made an appointment on the same day will carry out vaccination as planned.
At present, vaccination efforts are accelerating across Italy. On the morning of the 3rd, according to the agreement between the local government and the church, Sicily began to carry out vaccination in 300 churches. It is expected that nearly 6,000 appointments will complete the vaccination that day, mainly in the 69-79 age group.