In South Tyrol after eight days people die again due to Covid – Chronicle

In South Tyrol after eight days people die again due to Covid – Chronicle
In South Tyrol after eight days people die again due to Covid – Chronicle

BOLZANO. At the provincial level to date (June 2) a total of 579,347 swabs have been carried out on 218,448 people.

The numbers in brief:

Test PCR:

Buffers made yesterday (June 1st): 860

New cases tested positive by PCR: 29

Number of people tested positive by PCR for coronavirus: 48.369

Total number of swabs performed: 579.347

Number of people subjected to the PCR test: 218,448 (+286)

Test antigenici:

Total number of antigen tests: 1.504.735

Number of people tested positive by antigen tests: 26.136

Antigenic tests performed yesterday: 3,884

Number of people tested positive by antigen tests: 4

Nasal tests performed up to 01.06.2021 (without schools) 564,590 tests, of which 765 positive

Nasal tests in schools (situation as of 01.06.2021) 677,855 total tests in 550 schools, 546 positive results, of which 258 confirmed, 227 negative PCR, 61 awaiting the result or to be verified

Other data:

Covid-19 patients admitted to normal hospital wards: 16 (situation as of 01.06.2021)

Covid-19 patients in isolation in the Colle Isarco and Sarnes facilities: 7 (situation as of 01.06.2021)
Number of Covid patients admitted to intensive care units: 4 (of which 3 classified ICU-Covid) (situation as of 01.06.2021)

Total deaths (including retirement homes): 1,176 (+1)

People in quarantine / home isolation: 1.316

Persons who have completed quarantine and home isolation: 135.095

Persons who have so far been imposed mandatory quarantine or isolation measures: 136.411

Total healed: 72,664 (+27)

Test positive collaborators / collaborators of the Health Authority: 2,043, of these 1,681 recovered. General practitioners and pediatricians of free choice: 58, of these 46 recovered (as of 13.05.2021)

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