the new cases of Covid in Italy (yesterday there were 43,084, here the bulletin). So rises to at least 21,400,179 the number of people who have contracted the SARS-CoV-2 virus (including recovered and died) since the outbreak began. THE deaths today I’m 145 (yesterday 177), for a total of 173,571 victims from February 2020.
People recovered or discharged they are totally 20.256,778 And 80.051 those who have gone negative in the past 24 hours (78,741 yesterday). The positive current – the test subjects who have the virus – appear to be in everything 969.830equal to -48.497 compared to yesterday (-35,840 the day before).
The smears and the screenplay
THE total swabs (molecular and antigen) processed are 201,509, or 70,986 less than yesterday, when there were 272,495. The positivity rate is 15.7%; yesterday it was 15.8%.
It is the Veneto with the highest number of new infections (+3,929 cases). Followed by Lombardy (+3,740), Emilia-Romagna (+3,488) and Campania (+2,545).
The health system
Occupied the beds in regular Covid departments I’m -224 (yesterday -236), for a total of 8,592
hospitalized. The beds occupied in intensive care I’m -10 (yesterday -8) – this is the balance between people who entered and left one day – for in total 321 seriously ill, of 28 CPR inputs (38 yesterday).
The fallen region by region
The data below, broken down by region, refers to the number of new cases recorded in the last 24 hours. Here is the table with the general data from the Ministry of Health.
: +3.740 cases (yesterday +5.474)
Campania: +2.545 cases (yesterday +4.112)
Venice: +3.929 cases (yesterday +5.429)
Lazio: +2.415 cases (yesterday +3.333)
Emilia Romagna: +3,488 cases (yesterday +1,272)
Sicily: +2,189 cases (yesterday +3,737)
piedmont: +1.481 cases (yesterday +2.630)
Apulia: +2,168 cases (yesterday +3,307)
Tuscany: +1,397 cases (yesterday +2,237)
Marche: +928 cases (yesterday +1,514)
Liguria: +1,005 cases (yesterday +1,546)
Abruzzo: +1,179 cases (yesterday +1,826)
Calabria: +1,385 cases (yesterday +1,895)
Friuli Venezia Giulia: +956 cases (yesterday +1,185)
Sardinia: +1.029 cases (yesterday +1.200)
Umbria: +646 cases (yesterday +722)
PA Bolzano: +325 cases (yesterday +546)
PA Trento: +382 cases (yesterday +500)
Basilicata: +231 cases (yesterday +360)
Molise: +220 cases (yesterday +158)
Aosta Valley: +65 cases (yesterday +101)
Here all bulletins from 2022, here those from 2021 and here those from 2020.
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