A total of 17 people who were on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19 were investigated
The country’s first COVID-19 investigation has begun in Bergamo, Italy. Among them, former Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and his health minister Roberto Speranza. An investigation is underway at the request of the families of the deceased at that time, especially in nursing homes.
The investigation relates to the most affected region of Bergamo in Italy, with the effects of the epidemic in its first months.
The Public Prosecutor’s Office stated that the procedures relate to the responsibility of individuals in the period from the beginning of January 2020, when information appeared about the discovery of a new virus. These are allegations of gross negligence in assessing the risks of the pandemic and managing the crisis in a situation where the Plan of Action in the event of a pandemic in Italy has not been updated since 2006.
They heard the charges
A total of 17 people who were on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19 were investigated. In addition to the former Prime Minister and former Minister of Health, there is also M. On behalf of the Governor of the Lombardy Region Attilio Fontana, the President of the National Institute of Health Services Silvio Brusaferro, the President of the Board of Health Services Franco Locatelli and the then head of Civil Defense Angelo Borrelli.
All of them have been assigned to contribute to the development of the epidemic, inadvertently causing the death of many people and failing to perform their duties.
“From today, the history of the massacre in Bergamo and all of Lombardy, the history of our families, and the responsibility of those who caused the loss of our loved ones, is being rewritten,” said the Association of Relatives of the Victims.
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