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ROME
COVID-19: 15,943 new cases, 429 deaths in 24 hours

COVID-19: 15,943 new cases, 429 deaths in 24 hours

 
ROME
Over 10 mn in Italy have had at least 1 vaccine dose

Over 10 mn in Italy have had at least 1 vaccine dose

 
ROME
Govt to start easing COVID restrictions April 26 - sources

Govt to start easing COVID restrictions April 26 - sources

 
ROME
80% of population to be vaccinated by autumn - Draghi

80% of population to be vaccinated by autumn - Draghi

 
ROME
Avalanche kills two hikers in Friuli

Avalanche kills two hikers in Friuli

 
ROME
High-school students to return 100% in class in May

High-school students to return 100% in class in May

 
ROME
Soccer: Roma relishing prospect of Man Utd challenge

Soccer: Roma relishing prospect of Man Utd challenge

 
ROME
Roma's Smalling robbed by armed intruders at home

Roma's Smalling robbed by armed intruders at home

 
ROME
COVID Rt down to 0.85, but ICUs still under pressure

COVID Rt down to 0.85, but ICUs still under pressure

 
ROME
COVID: 16,974 new cases, 380 more victims

COVID: 16,974 new cases, 380 more victims

 
ROME
Salvini slams Letta for meeting Open Arms founder

Salvini slams Letta for meeting Open Arms founder

 

Il Biancorosso

Serie C
Gli ex di Bari-Palermo: Floriano, il "re" della serie D

Gli ex di Bari-Palermo: Floriano, il «re» della serie D

 

NEWS DALLE PROVINCE

Newsweekl'iniziativa
Bari, infermieri del Di Venere su tute Covid: «DDL ZAN» contro discriminazioni di genere

Bari, infermieri del Di Venere su tute Covid: «DDL ZAN» contro discriminazioni di genere

 
Tarantola protesta
Mittal Taranto, presidio al Mise il 22 aprile per operaio licenziato

Mittal Taranto, sciopero e presidio al Mise il 22 aprile per operaio licenziato

 
Leccel'esposto
Galatina, donna incinta abortisce dopo essere andata in ospedale per controllo e rimandata a casa

Galatina, donna incinta abortisce dopo essere andata in ospedale per controllo e rimandata a casa

 
PotenzaL'intervento
Stellantis di Melfi, il sottosegretario Moles: «No si perda neanche un posto di lavoro»

Stellantis di Melfi, il sottosegretario Moles: «Non si perda neanche un posto di lavoro»

 
Foggiala denuncia
Foggia, assistenza psichiatrica insufficiente nel carcere: uno specialista per poche ore al giorno

Foggia, assistenza psichiatrica insufficiente nel carcere: uno specialista per poche ore al giorno

 
Batla decisione
Popolare Bari, truffa su polizze vita: assolti dipendenti filiale di Barletta

Popolare Bari, truffa su polizze vita: assolti dipendenti filiale di Barletta

 
BasilicataEconomia
Bardi: «Con Recovery Fund ridurre divario fra Nord e Sud»

Bardi: «Con Recovery Fund ridurre divario fra Nord e Sud»

 
Brindisial Perrino
Brindisi, muore povero e solo: la città gli paga il funerale

Brindisi, muore povero e solo: la città gli paga il funerale

 

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ROME

Block vaccine exports as long as there are delays - FM

'Not hostile act towards Austrialia' says Di Maio

Block vaccine exports as long as there are delays - FM

ROME, MAR 5 - Italy will continue to block the export of COVID-19 vaccines from the European Union, as it did with a batch of 250,000 AstraZeneca jab shots to Australia a week ago, as long as there are delays in the supply chain, Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio said Friday. "The pharmaceutical companies are late with the supplies they have promised to the EU," Di Maio told a press conference after talks with French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian in Rome. Di Maio stressed the export halt was "not a hostile act towards Australia. "As long as there are delays we will continue to block (exports)", he said. "There is a European regulation that foresees blocking exports to non-vulnerable countries in the case of delays. For this reason, in agreement with the European institutions, we decided to halt the exports". Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Friday that he understands Italy after Rome halted the export of a batch of 250,000 doses of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. In halting the departure of the jabs, which came from a plant near Rome, Italy became the first EU country to use a new European mechanism on export controls. The European Commission authorised the move in light of AstraZeneca's failure to supply the vaccines it had pledged to deliver in Europe and the fact that Australia is not a vulnerable country. "In Italy, people are dying at the rate of 300 a day. So I can certainly understand the high level of anxiety that would exist in Italy and in many countries across Europe," AFP quoted Morrison as saying. "They are in an unbridled crisis situation. That is not the situation in Australia". Reuters, however, reported that Australian Health Minister Greg Hunt has asked the European Commission to revise the decision. (ANSA).

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