Coronavirus, Tuesday 28 September: 252 new infections in Lazio. The Asl map

Coronavirus, Tuesday 28 September: 252 new infections in Lazio. The Asl map
Coronavirus, Tuesday 28 September: 252 new infections in Lazio. The Asl map

Rome – “Today in Lazio, out of 9,525 molecular swabs and 14,366 antigenic swabs for a total of 23,891 swabs, there are 252 new positive cases, 3 deaths, 388 hospitalized, 57 intensive care (-2) and 397 recovered. The ratio between positives and swabs is 1% “. This is what the regional health councilor, Alessio D’Amato, affirms. The cases in Rome city are at 135.

Asl Roma 1: 58 new cases and these are isolated cases at home or with family link or contact of a case already known. There are 0 deaths.

Asl Roma 2: 54 new cases and these are isolated cases at home or with family link or contact of a case already known. There are 2 deaths.

Asl Roma 3: 23 new cases and these are isolated cases at home or with family link or contact of a case already known. There are 0 deaths.

Asl Roma 4: 13 new cases and these are isolated cases at home or with family link or contact of a case already known. There are 0 deaths.

Asl Roma 5: 9 new cases and these are isolated cases at home or with family link or contact of a case already known. There was 1 death.

Asl Roma 6: 17 new cases and these are isolated cases at home or with family link or contact of a case already known. There are 0 deaths.

In the provinces there are 78 new cases. Asl di Frosinone: 37 new cases are registered and these are isolated cases at home or with family link or contact of an already known case. There are 0 deaths.

ASL of Latina: 23 new cases are registered and these are isolated cases at home or with family link or contact of an already known case. There are 0 deaths.

Asl di Rieti: 10 new cases are registered and these are isolated cases at home or with family link or contact of an already known case. There are 0 deaths.

Asl di Viterbo: there are 8 new cases. There are 0 deaths.

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