Covid, Italy increasingly whiter: Abruzzo, Liguria, Veneto and Umbria with fewer restrictions from Monday 7

Italy is getting whiter. With the support of the data from the epidemic curve and the vaccination campaign, the number of virtuous regions continues to grow.

The monitoring of a week ago has ‘rewarded’ Sardinia, Friuli Venezia Giulia and Molise.

The report of the control room expected today, barring sensational surprises, should certify the white zone for Monday 7 June for Abruzzo, Liguria, Veneto and Umbria.

In a week, Lazio, Lombardy, Piedmont, Puglia, Emilia Romagna and the Province of Trento should also see the light.

By law, in fact, three consecutive monitoring are required with a weekly incidence of under 50 cases per hundred thousand inhabitants, to allow a region to gain the scenario with fewer restrictions, without curfew.

ISS-Ministry of Health monitoring

All Regions and autonomous provinces are classified as low risk, according to what is learned, in the draft of the weekly monitoring Iss-Ministry of Health, now being examined by the control room. All have an average Rt of less than 1 and therefore a transmissibility compatible with a type one scenario. This week, no region exceeds the critical occupancy threshold for ICU or medical area beds

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