Reuters Susana Vera
Italian psychologist David Lazari confirmed that “it seems that there are now two extreme positions to some extent: those who see the vaccine as a quick end to every problem, and on the contrary, there are those who see it as dangerous.”
The head of the National Council of the Association of Psychologists said that “in addition to evaluations about the effectiveness of vaccines, which do not belong to me, it is clear that they constitute hope and a resource for an exit from the state of emergency that has been going on for a year, and yet it cannot be a sudden exit, respect for the prevention measures will remain in place for some time.” Because both of us, even if vaccinated, can be carriers of the virus. “
He added, “Collective solidarity is necessary in order for the situation to return to normal. I be careful not to consider the vaccine as a zero hour that puts an end to the epidemic and all risks and the end of caution.”
He continued: “And because the issue of vaccines raises strong feelings, both positive and negative, it is not easy to build and ensure an objective information environment based on scientific evidence in this regard.”
Lazari warned, “There is certainly hope now to get out of the tunnel. We can see a glimmer of light at the end, but it will be necessary not to create terrorism in the matter of the vaccine.”
He called on the world to “adopt clear statements” and for the media to stop displaying and giving explicit information.
Source: “Italian Aki”