The bulletin with the numbers of Covid in Italy today, November 15, with data and news from the Civil Protection and the Ministry of Health – region by region – on coronavirus infections, hospitalizations and deaths. The numbers from Lombardy, Piedmont and Veneto, Tuscany and Lazio, Campania, Puglia and Sicily. The bulletin of big cities like Rome, Milan and Naples, on the day when the President of the Republic, Sergio Mattarella, invites us to “rely on science” after the “limited but constant” increase in infections in the country.
Here is the updated data, region by region:
There are 712 coronavirus infections in Veneto today, November 15, 2021, according to the numbers of the region’s covid bulletin. There is one death. New cases were identified on 31,660 swabs, the incidence is 2.24%. 381 covid patients are hospitalized. In the non-critical area, 317 people (+18). In the ICU, 64 patients.
There are 132 new coronavirus infections today 15 November 2021 in Puglia, according to data from the latest Covid-19 bulletin of the Region. One death is recorded.
The new cases of positivity detected on 16,160 daily tests. There are 3,821 people currently positive in Puglia, 162 those hospitalized in a non-critical area, 21 in intensive care.
Since the beginning of the emergency, 275,948 total cases have been recorded in the Region, 4,472,917 tests performed, 265,265 people healed and 6,862 deaths.
There are 291 coronavirus infections in Tuscany today, November 15, 2021, according to numbers and covid data from the region’s bulletin anticipated by governor Eugenio Giani. There are 4 more deaths. The number of new Covid cases decreases but in the face of a lower number of tests and with an increase in the rate of positives. The new infections were identified on 12,688 swabs of which 5,909 were molecular and 6,779 were rapid. The rate of new positives today is 2.29% (6.6% on the first diagnoses), against 1.52% recorded yesterday.
The healed grow by 0.2% and reach 280,166 (95% of total cases). The current positives are 7,427 today, -2% compared to yesterday. The hospitalized are 297 (4 more than yesterday), of which 33 in intensive care (2 less). There were 4 new deaths, all men, with an average age of 72.5 years. The average age of 291 new positives today is approximately 38 years (33% are under 20, 16% between 20 and 39, 28% between 40 and 59, 17% between 60 and 79, 6% have 80 years or older).