In the last 24 hours they have been recorded 3,794 new cases of infection of Sars-Cov-2 between 574,671 swabs analyzed, of which 459.823 test antigenici quick. The incidence is of 0.7 percent and rises to 3% if only the molecular tests and the infections traced through that type of screening are taken into consideration. There were 36 deaths. As regards the situation in hospitals, i hospitalized with symptoms in the medical area (-25) while the intensive therapy (+1) in one day from 22 entrances. From Monday to today, compared to the same days of the previous week, there has been an increase in various indicators.
With a doubling of the buffers, passed from 1.03 to 1.94 million, the cases rise to 11.790 (they were 9,450). The balance of hospitalized patients with symptoms also rose (+53, it was -172), admissions to intensive care went from 80 to 100 and deaths (from 160 to 183). The doubling of tampons as a result of the introduction of the Green pass sThe workplaces – albeit to a large extent quick, less sensitive antigenic tests – falsify at least in part the comparison: to understand the evolution of epidemic curve and the effects of reopenings, we will have to wait until next week when the comparison period will be two weeks in which the obligation was in effect.
As for the daily increases, the Veneto it is the region that reports the most in the bulletin with 446 infections. They follow the Lazio (431), the Lombardy (383) and the Campania (355). Just under three hundred positives in Emilia Romagna (294), Sicily (286), Tuscany (277) e Piedmont (267). The Puglia reports 167, the Friuli Venezia Giulia 149, the Calabria 145 and the Walk 100. All other regions count among 94 (Liguria) e 2 (Valle d’Aosta). Since the beginning of the pandemic I am 4.729.678 the ascertained cases of Sars-Cov-2: in 4.524.204 I’m healed or have been discharged, 131.724 have died and 73.750 I’m currently positive. In 70,955 they are found in home isolation, while 2.439 are hospitalized with symptoms in the medical area e 356 they are assisted in intensive care.