There is a continuous and constant decrease in intensive care units occupied by Covid patients, the percentage of which has now dropped to 3% in Sardinia and against a national 9% and with no regions exceeding the alert threshold of 30%.
The number of places occupied by Covid patients in the ward fell to 7% (8% nationally). And also in this case all the regions in Italy are below the alert threshold of 40%.
These are the numbers, relating to June 7, provided by the Agenas (National Agency for regional health services) and based on a reworking of those of the Civil Protection.
This is a new downward record since the start of monitoring, i.e. from November 2020, and represents a decrease, for both parameters, of 3% compared to the data of last May 30 on a national scale.
The data are even more significant when compared with those of two months ago: on March 29, in fact, Covid intensive care was 41% in Italy and Covid hospitalizations at 44%.
This, in detail, is now the employment rate by Covid patients in intensive care and medical departments (infectious diseases, general medicine and pulmonology) of the various Regions and Autonomous Provinces: Abruzzo (4% intensive, 7% wards ordinary); Basilicata (0%, 11%); Calabria (20%, 10%); Campania (7%, 14%); Emilia Romagna (9%, 6%); Friuli Venezia Giulia (1%, 2%); Lazio (13%, 11%); Liguria (11%, 5%); Lombardy (12%, 11%); Marche (8%, 7%); Molise (0%, 3%); PA of Bolzano (1%, 3%); PA of Trento (7%, 4%); Piedmont (10%, 8%); Puglia (6%, 12%); Sardinia (3%, 7%); Sicily (6%, 11%); Tuscany (18%, 6%); Umbria (4%, 7%); Aosta Valley (0%, 3%); Veneto (4%, 3%).
(Unioneonline / vl)
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