The covid bulletin in Italy from the regions and the Civil Protection today, 8 June. Region-by-region data on infections, hospitalizations and deaths. The numbers on vaccines, the latest news from the cities – Rome, Milan, Naples – and the news from Lombardy to Lazio, from Tuscany to Sicily, from Sardinia to Veneto. The data of the regions:
There are 33 coronavirus infections in the Marche today, June 7, according to data from the region’s bulletin. The Health Service has communicated that in the last 24 hours 2725 swabs have been tested: 1229 in the new diagnosis path (of which 328 in the screening with Antigenic pathway) and 1496 in the healed path (with a positive / tested ratio equal to 2.7%) .
There are 33 positives in the new diagnosis process (6 in the province of Ancona, 9 in the province of Pesaro-Urbino, 5 in the province of Fermo, 12 in the province of Ascoli Piceno and 1 from outside the region).
These cases include symptomatic subjects (9 cases detected), contacts in the home setting (7 cases detected), close contacts of positive cases (9 cases detected), contacts in the work setting (1 case detected), contacts in the living / social environment ( 1 case detected), contacts involving students of all educational levels (2 cases detected) and a case from outside the region. For another 3 cases, epidemiological investigations are still being carried out. In the Antigen Screening Pathway, 328 tests were carried out and 4 positive cases were found (to be subjected to the molecular swab) for a positive / tested ratio of 1%.
There are 90 coronavirus infections in Tuscany today, June 8, according to data from the region’s bulletin released by governor Eugenio Giani. “The new cases registered in Tuscany are 90 out of 14,757 tests of which 7,020 molecular swabs and 7,737 rapid tests. The rate of new positives is 0.61% (1.8% on the first diagnoses). Such a low rate of new positives is not it had been registered for 10 months, and the regional average incidence is 29 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, let’s keep it up! “, he writes on social media.