Covid, Speranza, Grillo and Lorenzin investigated: the latest news
The former Minister of Health Roberto Speranza and his predecessors Giulia Grillo and Beatrice Lorenzin are being investigated for omission in official documents in a Roman excerpt of the Bergamo prosecutor’s investigation into the management of Covid in the province most affected by the virus. The AGI learns it. In particular, they are indicated as “responsible for the omitted establishment, renewal of the National Pandemic Committee”.
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The position of 13 suspects was transmitted last November by the Bergamo prosecutor’s office to that of Rome for territorial jurisdiction as part of the investigation into the management of the early stages of the pandemic. In addition to the former ministers Speranza, Grillo and Lorenzin, for the hypothesis of the crime of omission in official documents because they would not have updated the pandemic plan and failed to define the plans in detail: Giuseppe Ruocco, as director general of the Prevention Directorate Health from 2012 to 2014 and from 2017 to 2021 as general secretary of the Ministry of Health; Ranieri Guerra as director general of the Health Prevention Directorate of the Ministry of Health from 2014 to 2017; Maria Grazia Pompa, director of Office 5 until 2016; Francesco Paolo Maraglino, director of Office 5 of the Health Prevention Directorate. For «ideological falsehood» in relation to «false data communicated to WHO and the European Commission through specific questionnaires»: Ranieri Guerra; Claudio D’Amario; Francesco Paolo Maraglino; Loredana Vellucci; Mauro Dionisio. Finally, the president of the ISS Silvio Brusaferro is under investigation for ‘fraud to obtain public funds’.
The point – Covid: investigation due and to be filed
The former number two of the World Health Organization (WHO) Ranieri Guerra and four ‘technicians’ from the Ministry of Health are under investigation in a Roman excerpt of the investigation by the Bergamo prosecutor’s office for false ideology. They are held “responsible for the false data communicated to WHO and the European Commission through specific questionnaires”. The other suspects in addition to Guerra are “general directors of Prevention of the Ministry of Health and directors of Office 3, and office 5′, these are Claudio D’Amario, Francesco Maraglino, Loredana Vellucci and Mauro Dionisio.