Covid, collapse of infections: Molise is the first Italian green zone in the EU

Covid, collapse of infections: Molise is the first Italian green zone in the EU
Covid, collapse of infections: Molise is the first Italian green zone in the EU

This was reported by the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control which has drawn up a new map. Toma: “We are on the right path”


CAMPOBASSO. Covid pandemic: Molise is the first Italian green zone in the EU and among the top seven in all of Europe.
This is what emerges – reports TgCom24 – from the new updated map on infections in the Old Continent, drawn up by the European Center for the prevention and control of diseases.
The green color indicates that at 14 days the incidence of the virus is less than 25 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants and the positive rate for the Covid test is less than 4%. The rest of the country is classified as orange (less than 50 cases per 100 thousand and a rate of 4% or higher), except for Calabria in the red (between 50 and 150 per 100 thousand).

“Molise is on the right path”: this is the comment of the President of the Region Donato Toma. “The green light that also comes from the ranking drawn up by Ecdc fills us with satisfaction – he writes on his Facebook page – The result was only possible thanks to the perfect synergy between institutions and citizens. For this I want to thank the Molisans, who with their discipline have contained the spread of infections, the health personnel, all volunteers and the police who have guaranteed the perfect completion of the vaccination campaign, which is finally showing its fruits.

Being the first in Italy, and among the first seven in Europe, also loads us with responsibility. But we continue to keep our guard up ”.

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