The weekly incidence of the new coronavirus does not continue its descent. This week the ISS-Ministry of Health report – which monitors the data for the week 28 June-4 July – certifies that the incidence of the new coronavirus is 9 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, exactly as in the previous week, from 21 to 27 June . Therefore, the decline that characterized the report for weeks ends and that has brought all the regions and autonomous provinces into the white zone. The highest data are recorded in Sicily and Abruzzo, the lowest in Molise. The most significant drop compared to last week in Molise and Basilicata.
The incidence is one of the parameters for staying in the white zone
An important datum, because the weekly incidence below the value of 50 per 100 thousand inhabitants every 7 days throughout the territory, is one of the parameters under the lens of the control room to establish the permanence in the white zone of regions and autonomous provinces. In short, it is one of the data that establishes whether you can have more freedom of movement or not. When the threshold of 50 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants is exceeded, the health services begin to creak. And it is practically impossible to track the infections.
The regions with the highest data are Sicily and Abruzzo
From the data contained in the sheets of the individual regions and autonomous provinces, it emerges that the highest incidence is recorded in Sicily with 16.75 (an increase compared to the previous report when it was at 15.37) and in Abruzzo with 15.33 (an increase compared to the previous survey. when it was at 11.36). Campania follows at 12.89, up compared to 9.86 in the previous report and Marche with 11.09, up sharply compared to 4.66 in the previous report. These are the regions that exceed 10 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants.
Lower incidence in Molise, Piedmont and Liguria
The lowest figure is recorded, however, in Molise with 2.36 infections per 100 thousand inhabitants, a sharp decline compared to the previous survey when it was 11.8. Piedmont follows with 4.1 (the last survey was at 5.08), closely followed by Liguria 5.3, up compared to 3.31 of the previous week. Then there is the autonomous province of Trento at 5.87 up: it was 4.77. Followed by Puglia at 6.01 (down, it was 8.33), Sardinia at 6.19 (up, it was 4.82), then at 6.24 there is Umbria (down, it was 7.17) and at 6.67 Friuli Venezia Giulia (down , was 7.17). Valle d’Aosta is at 7.26 (down from 8.88). Veneto is at 7.63 (up from 5.28). At 7.68 there is the autonomous province of Bolzano (slightly increasing, it was 7.31). Emilia Romagna is at 7.81 (down from 8.53). The incidence in Lazio is 8.48 (down from 9. 74). while Calabria is at 8.52 (down from 11.13). Then Tuscany at 8.72 (up, it was 7.77). Lombardy is at 9.06 (up, it was 8.38). Basilicata is also under 10 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants with 9.5 (in sharp decline, it was at 18.63).