Covid, 34 deaths in Sicily in 24 hours: another 1423 infections on the island


Record of cases throughout Italy: the current positives are almost 500 thousand

PALERMO – 1,423 new Covid19 positives recorded in Sicily in the last 24 hours, out of 9,525 swabs carried out; 34 deaths, bringing the total to 628. With the new cases, the current positives rise to 19,513 with an increase of 987. Of these, 1,316 are hospitalized: 1157 in the ordinary regime and 159 in intensive care with an increase of two hospitalizations . There are 18,197 in home isolation. The cured are 402. The new positives are distributed as follows by provinces: Palermo 321, Catania 292, Ragusa 292, Messina 157, Trapani 121, Syracuse 91, Agrigento 62, Caltanissetta 47, Enna 40.

National data

In Italy, a new record of Covid cases in Italy since the beginning of the pandemic: 37,809 were registered in the last 24 hours. The victims are 446 more than yesterday (similar numbers have not been recorded since April). A total of 862,681 are infected, including victims and healed, while the total deaths are 40,638. There are 234,245 swabs carried out in the last 24 hours (new record), about 15 thousand more than yesterday, with a positive / swab ratio of 16.14%, almost a point more than yesterday.

There are almost 500,000 currently positive for Covid in Italy: according to data from the Ministry of Health, they are 499,118, an increase of 26,770 compared to Thursday. Of these, 24,005 are hospitalized in the ordinary wards, 749 more than yesterday, 2,515 are in intensive care, with an increase of 124 in the last 24 hours, and 472,598 are in quarantine, 25,897 more. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 322,925 people have been discharged or healed, with an increase of 10,586 in the last 24 hours (ANSA).

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