Coronavirus in Italy, the Civil Protection bulletin (27 September)

Coronavirus in Italy, the Civil Protection bulletin (27 September)
Coronavirus in Italy, the Civil Protection bulletin (27 September)

The bulletin of September 27

The national bulletin on Covid data released by the Ministry of Health and Civil Protection records for today, September 27, 45 new deaths related to the virus. A figure up by 1 unit compared to that reported by the monitoring yesterday, when the victims had been 44. The total number of deaths from Covid since the beginning of the health emergency thus reaches an altitude 130.742. On the other hand, the curve of new infections also decreases: 1.772 in the last 24 hours against i 3.099 of yesterday. The currently positives are at an altitude 101.080 (yesterday 102.574).

The situation in hospitals

On the hospital pressure front they are 29 the new admissions to intensive care registered in the last 24 hours in Italy. An increase compared to 22 hospitalized yesterday. The total number of patients admitted to the critical area is 488 (yesterday 483, two days ago 481). In non-critical areas, on the other hand, they are counted 3.487 hospitalized people: an increasing number compared to 3.435 of yesterday, 3.497 two days ago. People in home isolation are 97.105 (yesterday 98.326), while the total of those discharged and healed reaches an altitude 4.430.265 (yesterday 4.427.373).

Swabs and positivity rate

The data of the new positives comes in the face of 124.077 new rapid and molecular antigenic tests carried out. A number down from the monitoring activity reported yesterday, when the swabs were performed 276.221. The positivity rate stands at1,4%, increasing compared to1,1% of yesterday.

The positives at Covid-19 Region by Region

Here is the data on people currently positive for Coronavirus region by region:

Yesterday and today

Severity index

Last 10 days

Graphics by Vincenzo Monaco

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