I’m 927 i new infections by Sars-CoV-2 recorded in the last 24 hours in Italy according to the newspaper bulletin of the Ministry of Health. It had been yesterday 951. Processed swabs also drop slightly: from 198,031 yesterday to 188.191 today (of which 82,676 molecular and 105,515 antigenic), for a positivity rate that remains stable at 0,5%. They are counted 28 new deaths, compared to 30 the previous day. As a result of a recalculation – in negative – of the data communicated by some Regions, in particular Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the numerical difference between the total number of deaths reported yesterday and those reported today is only 10 people more (127,362 against 127,352).
The balance between entries and exits in the intensive care units marks -16 hospitalized compared to yesterday (328 patients, 12 admissions and 28 exits). The employment rate of Covid patients on the total number of beds is al 3,8%. As for the ordinary wards, however, the hospitalized are 113 less (2,027 patients) and the occupancy rate at 3,5%. The current positives on the national territory are 6.310 less than yesterday, for a total of 62.309. The newly healed are instead 6.566 for a total of 4.066.029 from the appearance of the epidemic in Italy.
The Region with the highest number of new positives is the Lombardy (155), followed by Sicily (119) e Campania (112). On the other hand, there are only 4 cases in the Autonomous Province of Trento, 6 in Molise and 9 in Umbria. Compared to seven days ago (Thursday, June 17) the positivity rate fell by 0.2 points (it was 0.7), the number of people admitted to intensive care is 116 less (they were 444) and those in the ordinary wards 861 less (they were 2,888).
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