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Mattarella appoints 57 anti-Covid Knights: who they are, from the exhausted nurse to the rider

The Quirinale today rewarded Italy for good. The Italy of self-denial and of that mysterious (and silent) force that has always kept this country standing, which we have learned to recognize also in the fight against COVID-19 and that warmed our hearts in the dramatic days of last March when Covid claimed hundreds of deaths a day. Among the 57 Knights of Merit nominated by Sergio Mattarella there are moving stories, life paths of extraordinary intelligence, simple and great acts of generosity.

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Each name deserves a page in itself. The one of stands out Elena Pagliarini, the Cremona nurse who was photographed while exhausted slept on the keyboard of his computer at the end of his shift. That dowry went around the world and made public opinion around the globe understand the extent of the drama that Italy was experiencing, explaining the crews of the global television chains to enter the Lombard hospitals (but also to the Cotugno of Naples) to bring back the severity of the infection but also the response capacity of the Italian hospital system.

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Impossible here to report all the human and professional stories that the Quirinale intended to enhance. It is important, however, that the Quirinale wanted to underline alongside the abnegation of many singles too the responses of organized groups and economic structures. Hence, for example, the recognition of researchers who have distinguished themselves in anti-virus research but also of hospital cleaners. An important recognition is given to the workers of an oxygen cylinder factory, Tenaris di Dalmine, who have not stopped working until the urgent order that had arrived from Lombardy was honored.

Here is the list of the new Knights of Merit.

Annalisa Malara and Laura Ricevutirespectively, an anesthesiologist from Lodi and a doctor from the medicine department of Codogno, they are the first to treat Italian patient 1.

Maurizio Cecconi, professor of anesthesia and intensive care at the Humanitas University of Milan, was named by Jama (the journal of American doctors) one of the three world heroes of the pandemic.

Mariateresa Gallea, Paolo Simonato, Luca Sostini they are the three family doctors from Padua who voluntarily went to the red area to replace the quarantined Vo ‘Euganeo colleagues.

Don Fabio Stevenazzi of the board of the San Cristoforo pastoral community of Gallarate (VA) he returned to work as a doctor at the Busto Arsizio hospital.

Fabiano Di Marco, Chief of pneumology at the Papa Giovanni XXIII Hospital in Bergamo, told the tragic situation of the city and hospital.

Monica Bettoni, a former senator and Undersecretary for Health, a retired doctor, has decided to return to the ward in Parma.

Elena Pagliarini she is the Cremona nurse portrayed in the photo that has become a symbol of the coronavirus emergency. Positive, is healed.

Marina Vanzetta, operator of 118 in Verona, rescued an elderly woman and was close to her until her death.

Giovanni Moresi, Piacenza Soccorso 118 rescue driver, offered a testimony of the role of 118 rescue drivers.

Beniamino Laterza, employed at the “Vis Spa” surveillance institute and serving in the Moscati hospital in Taranto, Covid garrison.

The team at the National Institute of Infectious Diseases Lazzaro Spallanzani in Rome – structure of excellence in public health include:

Maria Rosaria Capobianchi, At the head of the team that helped isolate the virus

Concetta Castilletti, Head of the Emerging Virus Unit.

Francesca Colavita, Fabrizio Carletti, Antonino Di Caro, Lucia Bordi, Eleonora Lalle, Daniele Lapa, Giulia Matusali, biologists

In the research team of the Sacco hospital and of the University of Milan, poles of excellence in the field of the national health and research system:

Claudia Balotta at the head of the team, now retired. In 2003 he had isolated the Sars virus.

Gianguglielmo Zehender, associate professor.

Arianna Gabrieli, Annalisa Bergna, Alessia Lai, Maciej Stanislaw Tarkowski researchers

Ettore Cannabona, Commander of the Carabinieri Station of Altavilla Milicia (Palermo), has donated the entire monthly salary to charity.

Bruno Crosato representing the Alpini of the Civil Protection of Veneto who have restored 5 disused hospitals in the region in record time.

Mata Maxime Esuite Mbandà, Player for the Zebra Rugby Club and for the Italian national team, volunteer on ambulances for the Seirs Croce Gialla Association of Parma.

Marco Buono and Yvette Batantu Yanzege of the Red Cross Riccione responded to the appeal from Lombardy asking for help from doctors and staff with ambulances.

Renato Favero and Cristian Fracassi, The doctor who had the idea of ​​adapting a snorkeling mask for health purposes and the engineer who made it.

Concetta D’Isanto, Cleaner in a Milanese hospital. It is part of that group of workers that allowed healthcare facilities to move forward during the emergency.

Giuseppe Maestri, Pharmacist in Codogno, every day he traveled a hundred km to go to the full red area.

Rosa Maria Lucchetti, cashier at the Hypercoop Mirafiore in Pesaro, left a letter to 118 operators also giving them three 250 euro prepaid cards.

Ambrogio Iacono, lecturer at the Talete hotel professional institute in Ischia. Positivo, admitted to Rizzoli di Lacco Ameno, he continued to teach at a distance during the days of hospitalization.

Daniela Lo Verde, Head of the “Giovanni Falcone” institute in the Zen district of Palermo, launched a fundraising campaign to give food supplies to some families in difficulty. His appeal to recover PCs and tablets to allow his students to follow lessons remotely.

Cristina Avancini, The teacher from Vicenza who, despite the expired contract, has not interrupted the video lessons with his students.

Alessandro Santoianni and Francesca Leschiutta, Director of the rest home of the Parish of San Vito al Tagliamento (PD) and nursing coordinator who, together with the other employees, remained to live in the structure to protect the elderly guests.

Piero Terragni, An entrepreneur from Bellusco (Monza and Brianza), following the death of an employee, Erminio Misani, who left his wife and three children, hired his wife Michela Arlati.

Riccardo Emanuele Tiritiello, Student of the Paolo Frisi Institute of Milan. With their father and grandfather they cooked for free for the doctors and nurses of the Sacco hospital.

Francesco Pepe, When he had to close his restaurant in Caiazzo di Caserta he prepared pizzas and biscuits for the poor and the elderly in difficulty, organizing a fundraiser for the Caserta hospital.

Irene Coppola he made, at his expense, thousands of masks. He helped an association for the deaf by inventing a transparent mask to read the lip.

Alessandro Bellantoni with his taxi, he made a free ride of 1,300 km to bring a three-year-old girl from Vibo Valentia to the Bambin Gesù hospital in Rome for an oncological check-up.

Mahmoud Lufti Ghuniem, in Italy since 2012, is a rider. He presented himself to the Red Cross of Turin with a stock of a thousand masks purchased from his pocket.

Daniele La Spina representing the young people of Grugliasco serving the city of Turin who brought basic necessities to those who need them, in particular to the elderly alone.

Giacomo Pigni, A volunteer from Auser Ticino-Olona involved about twenty students who started making listening calls to give company to lonely people.

Pietro Floreno, Sick for more than ten years, Sla has communicated that he wants to make his pulmonary reserve ventilator available to ASL for coronavirus patients.

Maurizio Magli, Representing the 30 workers of Tenaris di Dalmine who, when the order for the production of 5 thousand cylinders arrived in the shortest possible time, voluntarily continued to work.

Greta Stella, Professional photographer, volunteer at the Red Cross of Loano (Savona), has created a photographic story of the daily activities of the volunteers.

Giorgia Depaoli, International cooperator and is dedicated in particular to the defense of women’s rights. He immediately gave his availability to the platform “Trento helps himself”.

Carlo Olmo, has contributed to the free supply of municipalities and health facilities in Piedmont with masks, gloves and gowns.

Maria Sara Feliciangeli, Founder of the Angeli in Moto Association, together with her biker friends, has committed herself to delivering medicines at home to people with multiple sclerosis.

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