Rome, Covid outbreak at S. Raffaele: all lined up at Forlanini
More than 2000 people convened simultaneously
Rome, June 8 (askanews) – All in line for the swab, in Rome more than 2000 people, all the patients who passed from the San Raffaele Pisana hospital from May 18 onwards and their close contacts, were summoned at the same time as the drives in Casal Bernocchi or in Forlanini to perform control tests. Result: a very long line and considerable inconvenience as one of the people in the queue tells, also because there is no line for those arriving on foot.
“I went inside the Forlanini and asked, sorry but who doesn’t have a car as he does? Not only the damage but also the hoax, can’t you rent a car to go get your Covid pad? They told me to queue in front of a lot of machines because the ASL of competence sent 4000 sms and clearly being a serious matter, many lined up to try to make this buffer. ”
After a few hours of waiting, the situation normalized.