Today in Friuli Venezia Giulia, on 7,805 molecular swabs, 609 new infections were detected with a positivity rate of 7.8% (yesterday 5.14%). In addition, 21,574 rapid antigenic tests have been carried out, from which 41 cases were detected (0.19%, yesterday 0.36%). Today there are 6 deaths: a 91-year-old man from Trieste who died in hospital, an 87-year-old man and an 86-year-old man both from Pordenone who died in hospital, a 95-year-old man from Savogna d’Isonzo who died in hospital, a 90-year-old woman from Ronchi dei Legionari who died in a residence for the elderly and an 82-year-old man from Staranzano who died in hospital. There are 19 people admitted to intensive care, while patients in other departments are 127 (+1). This was communicated by the deputy governor of the Region with responsibility for Health Riccardo Riccardi, highlighting that “the significant increase in infections today recorded in Friuli Venezia Giulia is reflected in a marked manner on isolations, while hospital demand remains stable. A situation that confirms its effectiveness. of the vaccine in avoiding, in case of contagion, the onset of symptoms so severe as to require hospitalization “.
The deaths totaled 3,891, with the following territorial subdivision: 863 in Trieste (+1), 2,032 in Udine, 689 in Pordenone (+2) and 307 in Gorizia (+3). The totally healed are 112,825 (+241), the clinically healed 158, while the people in isolation are 3,867 (+363). Since the beginning of the pandemic in Friuli Venezia Giulia, a total of 120,887 people have been positive (the total number of cases has been reduced by one unit following an antigen test not confirmed by the molecular swab) with the following territorial division: 26,558 in Trieste (+ 238), 54.308 in Udine (+191), 23.736 in Pordenone (+60), 14.607 in Gorizia (+154) and 1.678 from outside the region (+6). With regard to the cases registered within the regional health service: the positive results of a doctor, 3 nurses, 2 social health workers, a technician, a health assistant and a social worker were detected at the Giuliano Isontina university health service; to the Friuli Centrale University Health Authority of a nurse, a midwife and a laboratory technician; to the Western Friuli Health Authority of a nurse and 2 administrators. Finally, with regard to residences for the elderly, 8 cases were found among operators (Trieste, Gorizia Palmanova, Muggia, Monfalcone) and 2 among guests (Trieste and Gorizia).