Another 114 cases of coronavirus (therefore 15 more than yesterday’s 99) were registered today (Friday 5 November 2021) in Umbria, where 65,562 people have been infected with Covid-19 since the beginning of the health emergency.
Coronavirus, data from the control room: Umbria still at ‘moderate’ risk
However, there are 2,229 – therefore 142 fewer than the 2,371 of the previous day – the molecular swabs performed in the last hours (with the total rising to 1,194,877), while the tests become 1,028,743 (+8,242, yesterday there were 8,002) antigenic carried out so far: the total tests processed in the last hours are therefore 10,471 (+98 compared to yesterday) with a positivity rate that (taking into consideration the sum of swabs and tests) goes from 0.95% yesterday to 1, 08% (from 4.17% yesterday to 5.11% counting only the molecular ones).
Coronavirus, Umbria changes color on the EU risk map
In today’s bulletin – with the data of the Region and Civil Protection updated at 10.09 – there is, however, a smaller increase as regards the currently positive figures, which are now 1,319 (+78). This is because the number of those recovered is growing to 62,777 (+35), while the total deaths counted since the beginning of the pandemic rise to 1,466 (+1). The number of people in contumacial isolation is also on the rise and now they are 1,270 (+75), while in the Umbrian ‘Covid Hospitals’ the total number of hospitalized patients rises to 49 (+3) and the number of those in intensive care remains stable at 7.
Coronavirus in Umbria, the report of the Region: “More infections in the 0 -13 age range”
Below are the maps of the institutional ‘dashboard’ of the Region to understand – with the common data by municipality (those currently ‘Covid-free’ down to 26 out of 92, which yesterday were 27) – how they are distributed throughout the Umbrian territory and in the various hospitals the positives, the recovered, the deceased, the people in absentia isolation, the hospitalized and the patients in intensive care …
CASES OF TOTAL POSITIVITY
‘COVID HOSPITAL’, INTENSIVE CARE
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