Coronavirus in Fvg, increase in infections: 70 new cases, of which 39 from groups of migrants. A death

Coronavirus in Fvg, increase in infections: 70 new cases, of which 39 from groups of migrants. A death
Coronavirus in Fvg, increase in infections: 70 new cases, of which 39 from groups of migrants. A death

Today, Saturday 5 June, in Friuli Venezia Giulia 63 new infections were detected on 4,657 molecular swabs, for a positive percentage of 1.35%. There are also 2,830 rapid antigenic tests carried out, from which 7 cases were detected, for a positive percentage of 0.25%.

It should be considered, explains the Region in a note, that the difference in the data compared to the previous days is attributed to 39 infections found among some groups of migrants in the areas of Gorizia and Trieste.

Still relatively today, there is a death and one person is hospitalized in intensive care, while hospitalizations in other departments drop to 30.

The deaths totaled 3,792, with the following territorial subdivision: 816 in Trieste, 2,008 in Udine, 675 in Pordenone and 293 in Gorizia. The totally healed are 92,964, the clinical recovered 5,660 and the people in isolation amount to 4,717. Since the beginning of the pandemic in Friuli Venezia Giulia, a total of 107,164 people have been positive with the following territorial division: 21,249 in Trieste, 50,670 in Udine, 20,977 in Pordenone, 13,068 in Gorizia and 1,200 from outside the region.

In the detail of today’s data on Covid-19 in Friuli Venezia Giulia in the sector of residences for the elderly, two cases of positivity were detected among the people housed in the regional structures, while a contagion was recorded among the staff who work there. On the front of the regional health system, no new cases have been detected.

This was announced by the deputy governor of Friuli Venezia Giulia with responsibility for Health, Riccardo Riccardi.

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