The pandemic data continues to improve coronavirus in Italy. According to what we read in the draft of the last weekly monitoring carried out by the Ministry of Health in collaboration with the Higher Institute of Health, the rate of contagion still drops National Rt which goes from 0.72 seven days ago to 0.68 today. All regions they show an Rt index of less than 1 and are therefore classified ‘low risk’. But to record a sharp collapse is the incidence of cases out of 100 thousand inhabitants: it went from 47 every 100 thousand people last week to 32 in the one just ended, with a 30% drop in just seven days. A constantly improving situation which, according to forecasts, will allow about one third of the country 12 million people interested, to enter the lowest risk range, the so-called white area, from next Monday.
Also i continue to remain below the critical threshold Covid departments, both those of intensive care and ordinary ones. In fact, the draft states that “this week no Region or Autonomous Province exceeds the critical occupancy threshold for beds in intensive care or medical area”. The occupancy rate in intensive care is below the critical threshold (12% compared to the 30% threshold, ed), with a decrease in the number of hospitalized people from 1,323 on 25 May to 1,033 on 31. The employment rate in medical areas (at 11% against the critical threshold of 40%, ed). The number of people hospitalized in these areas went from 8,577 to 6,482.
Monitoring should decree entry into the lowest risk area for Abruzzo, Liguria, Umbria e Veneto. The latter would be added to Friuli Venezia Giulia, Molise e Sardinia. From 14 June, however, it could touch a Lombardy, Lazio, Piedmont, Puglia, Emilia Romagna e Province of Trento (which already have excellent data this week), while they will have to wait until 21 June Sicily, Market, Tuscany, Province of Bolzano, Calabria, Basilicata e Campania. The last to enter the white zone, according to estimates, will be the Valle d’Aosta, presumably on June 28.