Covid, 12,932 infections and 2.5% positivity: 47 new victims, hospitalizations and intensities are growing. Five million cases in Italy have been exceeded

I am 12.932 the positive tests of Covid-19 identified in Italy in the last 24 hours. Yesterday there were 12,877. The carried out molecular and antigenic buffers were 512.592, for a positivity rate dating back to 2,5% from 2.1% yesterday. The new victims are 47, down from 90 of yesterday. The total number of cases recorded since the onset of the pandemic in Italy exceeds five million: I’m 5.007.818. The number of beds occupied in the rooms also increased by 14 units terapie intensive of the country: patients in resuscitation are 638, with 39 new entrances and 25 exits. In the ordinary wards, however, there are 4.964 Covid hospitalized, 38 more compared to yesterday.

The currently positive they grow for the 36th day in a row and come to 186.443 (+7.497). Nearly thirty thousand are concentrated in Lombardy, the region that counts the most (29,660), closely followed by the Veneto (28,896). They follow theEmilia Romagna (19,470), the Lazio (18,830), the Campania (16,799) and the Sicily (11,847), while in all other regions there are less than ten thousand.

In the week from 21 to 28 November they registered in total 82.130 new infections, against the 65.627 of the previous seven days. The positives on the national territory are almost forty thousand more than last Sunday (when they amounted to 148,760). The death toll has also increased: 497 this week against the 402 than the previous one. As for the hospital data, in seven days the number of patients in intensive care has grown by 23% (last Sunday they were 520) and that of the hospitalized in the ordinary wards of the 14% (they were 4,345).

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