234 new cases, but infections still decreasing

234 new cases, but infections still decreasing
234 new cases, but infections still decreasing

The map by province. There are 8 new victims

The data is encouraging. Today’s bulletin records 234 new Covid19 positives in Sicily in the last 24 hours (yesterday there were 337), out of 15,100 swabs processed, with an incidence of 1.5%. Numbers that confirm the descending parable.

The Region is in third place in Italy for the number of daily infections. There were 8 victims and the total rose to 5,871. A cold number behind which there are as many stories of pain that should not be forgotten.

The number of current positives is 7,895 with a new decrease of 423 cases. The recovered are 649. In hospitals there are 441 patients, 13 fewer than yesterday, those in intensive care are 45, the same number compared to the previous bulletin.

The map in Sicily

The distribution of registered cases by provinces sees Palermo with 28 cases, Catania 77, Messina 23, Syracuse 9, Trapani 7, Ragusa 37, Agrigento 41, Caltanissetta 2, Enna 10.

The data in Italy

Nationally, there are 57 deaths from Covid recorded in the last 24 hours (yesterday there were 73). The positives were 2,436, a slight decrease from yesterday’s 2,557, according to data from the Ministry of Health.

Declining hospitalizations

(There are 788 patients hospitalized in intensive care for Covid in Italy, with a decrease of 48 compared to yesterday in the daily balance between entries and exits. The daily entries, according to data from the Ministry of Health, were 20 (yesterday they were 22). 5,193 hospitalized patients with symptoms in ordinary wards, down 295 units compared to yesterday (when the drop was 141). 189,388 people are in home isolation, down 4,408 compared to yesterday.

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