Ancona, 20 November 2021 – Good news for the Marche from today’s coronavirus bulletin that matters 283 new infections against 390 yesterday, however, it rises the incidence which from 124.5 recorded yesterday goes to 126.48. Among the new positives there are 152 people already vaccinated (54%).
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The cases by age group
The greatest number of cases of contagion occurred among people of the age group 45-59 years (78), followed by 25-44 years (76). But they are widespread in all age groups: there are also two cases among the youngest, namely in children between 0 and 2 years of age. Seven are the new infections in the 3-5 year range, 36 in the 6-10 year range, 11 cases in the 11-13 year range, 17 in the 14-18 year old age group and 7 in the 19-24 year old age group. There is also the case of a person over 90 while there are 19 daily infections in the age group, 60-69 years, 16 for 70-79 years and 13 infections among people between 80 and 89 years.
The contagion map
The highest number of cases was recorded today in the province of Ancona (84); they follow Ascoli Piceno (61), Macerata (58), Stopped (47) e Pesaro Urbino (24); nine come from other regions.
How do you get infected
Among the 283 new positives, 64 present symptoms; the cases include 68 close positive contacts, 79 domestic contacts, 12 in the school / training setting, three in the workplace, one each in the care and health setting and for 51 cases an epidemiological investigation is underway.
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