It is of a range between 2 thousand and 4 thousand victims that could have been avoided if the red zone in the Bergamo area had been applied promptly, the one hypothesized, as far as has been known, in the report by Professor Andrea Crisanti.
This is an estimate, again according to what has been learned, based on the method relating to the hypothetical progression of the virus by Stefano Merler, consultant of the Scientific Technical Committee. had confirmation of the first cases of coronavirus spread in our country.
Crisanti today spoke of 6 thousand victims in the Bergamo area in relation to one million inhabitants.
When the patient Uno positive for Covid was discovered at the Codogno hospital (Lodi), in February 2020, in the hospital of Alzano (Bergamo) there were "already a hundred infected" by the virus. This was said by Professor Andrea Crisanti who today filed his advice for the prosecutors of Bergamo. Crisanti explained that the Prosecutor's Office will have to provide him with other documentation on which he can make additions to the advice filed today. The professor added that "from a human point of view it was very demanding to draft the consultation, having to face very painful personal events". When asked if the pandemic could be backdated compared to February 21, 2020, Crisanti explained that "I can say this because it has already been said by the Prosecutor: when the first case occurred to theAlzano hospital there are already about a hundred infected "
The advice of Professor Andrea Crisanti for the Bergamo Public Prosecutor's Office, filed today, was "an attempt to reconstruct, step by step, what happened at the hospital in Alzano, in the Bergamo area and how these events intersected with pandemic plans and decisions ". This is what Crisanti himself explained, explaining that "there are horizontal aspects, compared to what happened for the red zone and for the Alzano hospital, and vertical aspects such as the decisions that have been made on the basis of knowledge" . "Many choices - he added, prompted by questions from journalists - were made in good faith on the basis of knowledge, then it will obviously be up to the prosecutor to establish it". 'Was it a disaster?' He was asked. "I don't have to say that it was a disaster: 6 thousand dead out of a population of one million inhabitants ... I was asked to do some quantification and so I did ".