Covid, no entry into intensive care in Puglia: it hadn’t happened for ten months

No new entry into the Covid intensive care units in Puglia in the last 24 hours. It is the first time since August 2020 that there are no new hospitalizations in the resuscitation wards in the region, where the number of patients still decreases from 35 on Friday 4 June to 33 on Saturday 5, out of a total of 456 hospitalized positives. This is what emerges from the daily bulletin released by the Ministry of Health.

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Meanwhile, the anti-Covid vaccination campaign continues in Puglia: 2.5 million doses administered have been exceeded, to be precise, 2,543,159 (data updated at 5 pm on Saturday 5th), 90.6% of those available (2,805 .985).

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The planning of the vaccination campaign foresees that the next sessions for frail children will continue from Monday 7 onwards and subsequently the patients of the hospital pediatricians of Altamura and Molfetta will also be involved. At the same time, vaccines are being administered in the hubs for the graduates and age groups.

In the last 24 hours, always in compliance with the targets set by the regional plan, 10,666 doses were administered in the ASL centers, of which 8,826 first doses and 1,840 second doses. More than 10 thousand vaccinations, however, in just 2 days in the Asl Bt.

Sunday 6 June open day program dedicated to over 50s with J&J vaccine until the doses are exhausted in Bisceglie (from 9 to 15), Canosa (from 9 to 15), Margherita di Savoia (from 9 to 13.30), Spinazzola ( from 9 to 13) and Trani (from 8 to 13). In Barletta, on the other hand, vaccinations are scheduled by general practitioners.

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