Friuli Venezia Giulia, a region where no vax protests led to the decision to ban the demonstrators from Piazza Unità di Italia in Trieste, is now the Italian region with the highest percentage of intensive care units occupied by Covid patients.
The percentage of places occupied by Covid patients in intensive care increased from 4% to 10% between 18 October and 1 November, thus reaching the limit value, the exceeding of which represents one of the parameters for the passage of the yellow zone .
In the same period, Covid patients hospitalized in other departments have grown in parallel in the last two weeks, passing from 3% to 6%.
The data emerged from the monitoring of the National Agency of Regional Health Systems (Agenas) updated to yesterday.
This is the situation in the other regions as regards intensive care: Abruzzo (5%), Basilicata (0%), Calabria (3%), Campania (3%), Emilia-Romagna (3%), Lazio (6%) , Liguria (5%), Lombardy (3%), Marche (8%), Molise (5%), Pa Bolzano (4%), Pa Trento (2%), Piedmont (3%), Apulia (4%) , Sardinia (3%), Sicily (4%), Tuscany (5%), Umbria (7%), Valle d’Aosta (0%), Veneto (3%).
As for Covid hospitalizations in non-critical area wards, from 18 October to 1 November the growth in the Autonomous Province of Bolzano stands out, passing from 5% to 10%, and in Calabria, from 9% to 11%. This is the situation, updated to yesterday, in the other regions: Abruzzo (4%), Basilicata (7%), Calabria (11%), Campania (7%), Emilia-Romagna (4%), Friuli Venezia Giulia (6%) ), Lazio (6%), Liguria (4%), Lombardy (5%), Marche (6%), Molise (3%), Pa Bolzano (10%), Pa Trento (2%), Piedmont (3% ), Puglia (5%), Sardinia (3%), Sicily (8%), Tuscany (5%), Umbria (6%), Valle d’Aosta (6%), Veneto (3%).