Coronavirus Emilia-Romagna, today’s June 7 bulletin: 155 infections, 3 deaths

Coronavirus Emilia-Romagna, today’s June 7 bulletin: 155 infections, 3 deaths
Coronavirus Emilia-Romagna, today’s June 7 bulletin: 155 infections, 3 deaths

BOLOGNA – 155 new coronavirus cases registered yesterday, 2.1% of the tests carried out were positive but, as on every holiday, they are very few in number compared to the average: just under 7,300 swabs. The asymptomatic intercepted are 63. The average age of the newly infected is 35.3 years.

Thus, the coronavirus cases registered in Emilia-Romagna since the beginning of the pandemic have risen to 384,973. Of these, 360,799 are healed (+642 since yesterday). The active cases, that is the actual patients, to date are 10,962 (-490 compared to yesterday). Of these, people in isolation at home, or those with mild symptoms that do not require hospital treatment or are symptom-free, are 10,486 (-486), 95.6% of the total number of active cases. There are 72 patients admitted to intensive care (+2 compared to yesterday), 404 those in the other Covid departments (-6).

Coronavirus Emilia-Romagna, infections in Bologna and in the other provinces

The contagion situation in the provinces sees Bologna with 38 new cases, Parma with 34 and Modena (29); then Cesena (13), Reggio Emilia (11), Forlì (9); followed by Rimini (6), Ravenna (5) and the Imolese district (4); then Piacenza (3) and, again with 3 new cases, Ferrara.

Coronavirus Emilia-Romagna, 3 dead

There are three new deaths: 1 in Bologna (an 82-year-old woman) and 2 in Ferrara (both women, 87 and 92 years old). In total, there have been 13,212 deaths in the region since the beginning of the epidemic.

Vaccinations Emilia-Romagna, 1,060,288 immunized people

At 3 pm a total of 2,906,487 doses were administered; out of the total, 1,060,288 are second doses, ie people who have completed the vaccination cycle.

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