Covid Tuscany, the data of November 20: 423 new cases – Chronicle

Covid Tuscany, the data of November 20: 423 new cases – Chronicle
Covid Tuscany, the data of November 20: 423 new cases – Chronicle

Florence, November 20, 2021 – Sono 423 the new cases of positivity al Covid registered in Tuscany in the last 24 hours. The positive rate is 1.3% (which rises to 5% if we consider the net rate, much more indicative because it is based on the number of people tested and therefore excludes the second and subsequent control swabs carried out on the same subject). The net 5% is a rate in line with that of the last two Saturdays (4.8% and 5.2% respectively) but definitely higher than in October, when it was around 3%.

The tests carried out on the last day were once again numerous, over 30 thousand, even if over two thirds (22,580) are rapid tests and therefore less indicative of the molecular swabs (which were 9,003).

These days the circulation of the virus seems more incisive in the south of the region. Among the provinces are Siena e Grosseto to record marked increases: respectively 57 and 66 more cases in one day with cases spread over the whole territory. For example, in the Sienese area there are “only” 18 cases in the capital, all the others scattered throughout the various municipalities (5 in Radicofani, 8 in Manciano, 5 in Monteriggioni, 8 in Poggibonsi and so on). Same in Grosseto, with 17 cases in the capital and the others in the province (5 in Scansano).


The map of the cases in Tuscany

There are 82,173 overall cases to date a Florence (95 more than yesterday), 27,168 a lawn (23 more), 28,092 a Pistoia (35 more), 15,517 a Pulp Carrara(33 more), 30,121 a Lucca (17 more), 34,830 a Pisa (43 more), 22,016 a Livorno (39 more), 26,625 ad Arezzo (15 more), 17.694 a Siena (57 more), 12,096 a Grosseto (66 more).


Charts with the progress of the coronavirus pandemic (source Covidstat / Infn group)

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