Covid, another 46 positives in Bergamo: “In Lombardy intensive therapies below 200”

Covid, another 46 positives in Bergamo: “In Lombardy intensive therapies below 200”
Covid, another 46 positives in Bergamo: “In Lombardy intensive therapies below 200”

There are 46 Covid-19 positives recorded in the last twenty-four hours in the province of Bergamo, 277 in Lombardy according to the bulletin released on Thursday 3 June. In total, 14,750 swabs were performed.

“In addition to the good news coming from the vaccination campaign, today we record two data that have a significant symbolic value: the number of people admitted to intensive care falls below 200, reaching 193 cases; while those in the other ‘Covid-departments’ are less than 1,000, precisely 942 – comments the regional governor Attilio Fontana -. The incidence per 100,000 inhabitants is also good, which is confirmed to be well below 50 (today 31, ed), bringing Lombardy further closer to the white zone. Let’s not let our guard down – concludes Fontana – let’s continue to respect the rules and look to the future with moderate optimism ”.

Finally, again at the regional level, there are another 7 deaths.

Data of the day:

– swabs carried out: 14,750 (of which 11,323 molecular and 3,427 antigenic) overall total: 10,766,438

– the new positive cases: 277 (of which 27 ‘weakly positive’)

– total healed / discharged: 781,208 (+494), of which 2,161 discharged and 779,047 recovered

– in intensive care: 193 (-14)

– inpatients not in intensive care: 942 (-38)

– deaths, overall total: 33,637 (+7)

The new cases by province:

Milan: 53 of which 24 in Milan city;

Bergamo: 46;

Brescia: 62;

Like: 14;

Cremona: 5;

Lecco: 13;

Lodi: 7;

Mantua: 19;

Monza and Brianza: 6;

Pavia: 13;

Sondrio: 19;

Varese: 13.

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