There are 36 new cases of Covid-19 (of which 5 after antigen tests) in Piedmont in the last 24 hours. Corresponds to 0.3% of the 13,877 swabs performed, of which 9,171 are antigenic. Of the 36 new cases, 18 were asymptomatic (50%). No cases in RSA and social welfare structures, 3 in schools and 33 among the general population.
The total of positive cases thus becomes 366,774, of which 29,571 in Alessandria, 17,489 in Asti, 11,523 in Biella, 52,923 in Cuneo, 28,253 in Novara, 196,314 in Turin, 13,730 in Vercelli, 12,975 in Verbano-Cusio-Ossola, in addition to 1,501 residents outside the region, but in charge of Piedmontese health structures. The remaining 2,495 are under development and territorial assignment.
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There are 17 hospitalized in intensive care (- 6 compared to yesterday). There are 202 inpatients not in intensive care (+ 2 compared to yesterday). There are 1,048 people in home isolation. The diagnostic swabs processed so far are 5,331,815 (+ 13,877 compared to yesterday), of which 1,742,729 tested negative. The death of a positive person has been reported. The total is therefore 11,694 deaths who tested positive for the virus.
In Piedmont, the incidence of new Covid cases is therefore reduced by more than 40%, while the punctual RT calculated on the date of onset of symptoms drops from 0.62 to 0.56. The percentage of positivity of the swabs drops further from 1.1% to 0.5%. This is what emerges from the pre-report for the week 14-20 June of the Ministry of Health and the Higher Institute of Health. Further decline in the occupancy rate of ordinary beds (from 5% to 4%) and in intensive care (from 7% to 4%). Active outbreaks, new ones and the number of people not connected to known transmission chains are decreasing.
The Ministry of Health and ISS Weekly Monitoring Pre-Report
In the week 14-20 June in Piedmont the incidence of new cases is reduced by more than 40%, to a greater extent than in the previous week. The point Rt calculated on the symptom onset date drops from 0.62 to 0.56.
The percentage of positivity of the swabs drops further from 1.1% to 0.5%. Below the threshold, and still reduced, the occupancy rate of ordinary beds (from 5% to 4%) and in intensive care (from 7% to 4%). Active outbreaks, new ones and the number of people not connected to known transmission chains are decreasing.