468 cases. Comparison with a year ago

468 cases. Comparison with a year ago
468 cases. Comparison with a year ago

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In the last 24 hours in Puglia 20,631 tests for Covid-19 coronavirus infection were carried out and 468 positive cases were recorded, divided as follows: 156 in the province of Bari, 9 in the BAT province, 81 in the province of Brindisi, 82 in province of Foggia, 80 province of Lecce, 52 in the province of Taranto, 4 cases of resident outside the region, 4 cases of province in definition. No deaths were recorded.

Currently positive cases are 4,883; 141 people are hospitalized in a non-critical area, 18 are in intensive care. Since the beginning of the emergency, 4,948 have been carried out. 367 tests; 281,981 are the positive cases; 267,244 patients recovered; 6,904 are the people who died. The positive cases are divided as follows: 101,757 in the province of Bari; 28,905 in the BAT province; 22,552 in the province of Brindisi; 50,323 in the province of Foggia; 33,577 in the province of Lecce; 43,254 in the province of Taranto; 1,064 attributed to residents outside the region; 549 of the province in definition.

Also today we provide the pandemic data found exactly on the same day a year ago, so that everyone can have a complete idea of ​​the progress of the infection and the effectiveness of the vaccines.

Covid, infections and deaths a year ago

On Tuesday 8 December, 9,646 tests for Covid-19 coronavirus infection were recorded in Puglia and 915 positive cases were recorded: 215 in the province of Bari, 30 in the province of Brindisi, 157 in the province of BAT, 119 in the province of Foggia , 85 in the province of Lecce, 290 in the province of Taranto, 7 residents outside the region, 12 cases of unknown residence have been reclassified and attributed.

23 deaths were recorded

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