Coronavirus, the bulletin is back but the data are wrong: chaos in the monitoring of infections in Sicily
by Gioacchino Amato
March 31, 2021
But let’s go to the data, from the 10,305 molecular swabs processed in the last 24 hours 1,282 new positives emerged. The contagion rate (the ratio between new cases and tampons) rises from 5.7 percent calculated as an average yesterday to 12.4 percent. There were 19 deaths (yesterday 21 referred to two days). Two data that are certainly very worrying. The hospitalized people total 1,039, eight more than yesterday. The places occupied in intrensive therapy rose from 140 to 143 with 6 new entrants. The healed were 82 and so the currently positive are 19,870 (1,181 more than yesterday). In isolation there are 18,831 people but it is not possible, given yesterday’s errors, to calculate the true variation. That’s 58 less than yesterday’s miscalculations.
Vaccini, the supply of Moderna arrives in Sicily: bookings restart, in April the aim is to reach 900 thousand administrations
by Giada Lo Porto
01 April 2021
Sicily returns ninth among the Italian regions in terms of number of new cases as of Monday. Here are the data in detail without those divided by province: hospitalized with symptoms 896 (+5), intensive care 143 (+3. New admissions 6), total hospitalized 1,039 (+8). Home isolation 18,831. Total current positive 19,870 (+1,181). New positives 1,282. Discharged / healed 150,888 (+82). 4,647 (+19) died. Total cases 175,405 (+1,282). Buffers 3,172,351 (+10.305. Molecular +10.305. Quick 0).
Le Gesap, which manages the Falcone and Borsellino airport, communicated the data of the swabs on this first day of the Easter weekend: “Great work of doctors and nurses at the Covid test area of Palermo airport – reads the Facebook page – Alle 16, 1,568 rapid swabs were carried out on arriving passengers. The average wait per passenger (from arrival in the Covid area to delivery of the report) was 23 minutes. We remind you that swabs are free “.
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