Liguria. For the third time, the second in a row, there is no death from Covid-19 in Liguria. This is what emerges from the bulletin sent by the Region, which also confirms a constant decline in hospitalized despite the slowdown in discharges over the weekend.
I’m 10 new coronavirus positives in Liguria (of which 5 in the province of Savona) on 1,785 molecular swabs and 933 rapid antigen tests.
Throughout the region they are 71 hospitalized (3 fewer than yesterday) and of these 12 are in intensive care. At San Martino there are 18 positive patients, 8 at Galliera, 6 at Villa Scassi. Fewer and fewer people in home isolation (368, 32 fewer than yesterday) and in active surveillance (783 throughout Liguria).
The i total positives (1,792 today, 34 fewer) with 44 new healed. Most of the infections are recorded in the province of Savona (5), followed by Genoa (4) and Imperia (1). Zero new infections in the Spezzino.
I vaccines administered are 93%, i.e. 1,120,845 administered out of 1,211,697 delivered. In the last 24 hours, 9,940 doses have been administered. 230,699 people with mRna vaccines plus 23,338 with viral vector vaccines completed the cycle.
IN THE PROVINCE OF SAVONA – I positive residents in the province of Savona they are in everything 257, two less than yesterday. The people hospitalized remain 18, of which none in intensive care. The subjects under active surveillance are 98 in all (+3 compared to yesterday).
From 27 December 2020 to today 154,129 doses of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines have been administered in Asl2, of which 919 in the last 24 hours. The people who have already been given the second dose are 62,530. As for the Astrazeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccine, however, after the stop, 36,062 doses have been administered since December 27, 2020 to date, of which 5,974 second doses.
“From Monday 7 June we are in the white zone and this is the first weekend to return to almost normalcy – says the president of the Liguria Region Giovanni Toti – The curfew has been abolished, although masks and distancing are still required. It is not a question of a free all, precautions remain, but thanks to the reduction of infections and the number of victims and the success of the vaccination campaign, we are moving in a good direction. A positive sign especially for the countless economic activities that have reopened after months of sacrifices. Today the incidence of the virus still drops in our region with 8 positives out of 100,000 inhabitants and zero deaths. And this week we reached the record of vaccinations with 106,963, never so many carried out to date ”.