The contagion curve of Lazio also rises, which out of a total of 47,671 swabs today, 4 December, marks 1,832 new cases of positivity (+339 compared to yesterday). There were also seven deaths, six of which were unvaccinated patients, and 809 people recovered. The relationship between positives and buffers is al 3,8%, hospitalizations are slightly decreasing and amount to a total of 712 in the medical area, while 91 intensive care units are occupied by covid patients.
The bulletin of the ASL of Latina of 4 December
D’Amato: “It’s premature to talk about the fourth dose”
“It is premature to talk about the fourth dose – declares the Lazio Health Councilor Alessio D’Amato – Our technicians from the Spallanzani Institute tell us that the goal is to get an annual booster with updated vaccines on the variants, as happens for the flu shot “. Meanwhile, a comparison with December 4 last year: the same number of positive cases but with 2,466 fewer hospitalizations in the medical area, 269 fewer in intensive care, 68,000 fewer people isolated at home and 55 fewer deaths, “numbers – comments D’Amato – which demonstrate the importance of vaccination “.
The distribution of infections for the provinces of Lazio
As regards the detail of the distribution of infections for the provinces of Lazio, the cases in Rome city are at 946 while they amount to 446 in the rest of the province. In the other four local health authorities in the region, the positives are today 449, of which 198 in the province of Latina, 119 in Viterbo, 96 in Frosinone and finally 27 in Rieti.
The vaccination campaign
Over 300 thousand users have already viewed the Faqs created in collaboration with the Bambino Gesù pediatric hospital relating to the vaccination of children in the 5-11 age group on the SaluteLazio social channels. Reservations will begin in Lazio on 13 December. In the meantime, in Lazio, 9 million and 600 thousand administrations have been exceeded. Over 94% of adults who received the double dose and 89% of over 12 always in double dose. So far 838 thousand booster doses have been administered, equal to 17% of the population.