According to Fedriga, “this means that we will move from a management entrusted to Health Services to adirect action (and without professional support) of citizens, who will have the burden of calling the general practitioner: a little shrewd solution that risks generating panic or, if the citizen decides not to turn to the attending physician, to frustrate the effectiveness of the app “, he concludes the governor.
Today it had been made known that the app could be tested not in three (one from the north, one from the center and one from the south) but in six regions, but now Friuli Venezia Giulia has called out. According to what has been learned, however, the number of territories involved in the application of the Coronavirus infection tracking application is widening compared to the initial indications. The release is expected to take place in the coming days, in early June. It would then be unclear whether the app, from the start of the trial, will still be accessible to everyone, on a national basis.
© Reproduction reserved