642 new cases in Fvg, a boom in infections in retirement homes

Today in Friuli Venezia Giulia on 5,346 molecular swabs 591 new infections were detected with a positive percentage of 11.05% (yesterday 7.16%). There are also 13,399 rapid antigenic tests carried out, from which 51 cases were detected (0.38%, yesterday 0.42%). Today there are 4 deaths: a 92-year-old woman from Muggia who died in a retirement home; an 88-year-old man and a 77-year-old woman both from Trieste who died in hospital; a 74-year-old man from Pordenone who died in hospital. There are 26 people admitted to intensive care, while patients in other departments are 215 (+9). This was announced by the deputy governor of the Region with responsibility for Health Riccardo Riccardi.

Overall deaths amounted to 3,930, with the following territorial subdivision: 885 in Trieste (+3), 2,038 in Udine, 696 in Pordenone (+1) and 311 in Gorizia. The totally healed are 116,060 (+351), the clinically healed 123, while the people in isolation are 5,830 (+280).

Since the start of the pandemic in Friuli Venezia Giulia, a total of 126,184 people have tested positive (the total of positives was reduced by two units following an antigen test not confirmed by the molecular swab and a test removed after the case review) with the following territorial subdivision: 28,981 in Trieste (+282), 55,490 in Udine (+103), 24,504 in Pordenone (+103), 15,468 in Gorizia (+145) and 1,741 from outside the region (+7).

With regard to cases registered within the regional health service: the positive results of a nurse and a therapist were recorded in the Giuliano Isontina university health service.

Finally, as regards residences for the elderly, 9 cases were found among operators (Trieste, Udine, Pordenone and Grado) and 26 among guests (Grado, Ronchi dei Legionari and San Daniele del Friuli). Finally, the positivity of two people who returned from abroad were recorded.

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