Covid, 73 new cases in the Marche Lutti in Macerata and Ancona

THE BULLETIN of the Health Service – In the last 24 hours 1,783 swabs examined in the new diagnosis process, the incidence of positives and the cumulative rate of infections per 100 thousand inhabitants decrease compared to yesterday. A 74-year-old woman residing in the capital and a 79-year-old who was hospitalized in the Doric hospital died

September 24, 2021 – 3:49 pm

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There are 73 new cases of Covid in the Marche region, one less hospitalization in intensive care than yesterday, two virus-positive people who died in the last 24 hours, a 74-year-old from Macerata hospitalized in the Valdaso Residence and a 79-year-old from Ancona. According to the Health Service of the Region, in the last 24 hours 2,988 swabs were tested: 1,783 new diagnoses along the way and 1,205 in the path healed. The incidence of positives is 4.1% (yesterday it was 5.2%) the cumulative rate of infections per 100 thousand inhabitants continues to decline (at 40.70, 42.81 yesterday). The new infections were found: 14 in Pesarese, 28 in Ancona, 3 in the Macerata area, 9 in Ascolano, 5 in Fermano and 14 from outside the region. They were discovered for the most part in close contacts with positive people (21 cases), domestic contacts (18 cases) and epidemiological investigation (9 cases). The symptomatic are 17. On the hospital front, as mentioned, one less hospitalization in intensive care, the total is 20 (one in Macerata). One more hospitalization in the semi-intensive wards (2 in Macerata and 6 in Civitanova, 23 in total) and in the non-intensive wards, for a total of 38, 6 discharged in the last 24 hours. There are 3 who are in the emergency room, one of which in Civitanova. The total number of Covid patients to date in the Marche is therefore 81.


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