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10,680 new cases and 296 deaths – Corriere.it



I am 10,680 new cases of coronavirus in Italy (yesterday it was +18,025, here is the newsletter). The number of people who contracted the Sars-CoV-2 virus (they even recovered and died) since the beginning of the epidemic rises to at least 3,678,944. EL dead today I am 296 years old (yesterday was 326), for a total of 111,326 victims from February 2020. While people recovered or discharged there are 2,997,522 in total: 9,323 who have come out of the Covid nightmare today (+13,511 yesterday). He positive current – subjects who have the virus – appear to be 570,096 in total, equal to + 1,061 compared to yesterday (when they were +4,180).

The victims

The victims: yesterday are 296 against 326.


And tampons

The total swabs (molecular and antigenic) were 102,795, while yesterday they were 250,933

(-148,138). The positive rate, on the rise, was 10.4%: yesterday it was 7.2%.Here is the map of the contagion in Italy.

The pressure on the health system

The beds occupied in the common rooms of Covid are a total of 28,785: +353 hospitalized compared to yesterday. Occupied beds a therapy intensive (IT) are +34 (yesterday -11), which is a total of patients hospitalized in these wards a 3,737. With 192 new entries (the change in the number of beds occupied indicates the balance between patients who left and those who were admitted in the last 24 hours).

The cases region by region

The data provided below, broken down by region, are those of the total number of cases (number of people found positive since the beginning of the epidemic: includes deaths and recoveries). The variation indicates the number of new cases registered in the last 24 hours.

Lombardy 752,401: +1,358 cases (yesterday +3,003) with 17,340 swabs
Veneto 389,435: + 649 cases (yesterday +1,185) with 9,863 swabs
Campania 346,755: +929 cases (yesterday +1,908) with 10,525 swabs
Emilia Romagna 344,408:+1,493 cases (yesterday +1,700 cases) with 6,229 swabs
Piedmont 318,162: + 804 cases (yesterday +1,425) with 8,158 swabs
Laci 293,776: +1,419 cases (yesterday +1,523) with 11,467 swabs
Tuscany 202,725: + 981 cases (yesterday + 1,626) with 10,517 swabs
Weather in Puglia 201,872+ 677 cases (yesterday +1,628) with 3,978 swabs
Sicily 179,565
: +909 cases (yesterday +1,015) with 7,561 swabs
Friuli Venezia Giulia 99,667: + 150 cases (yesterday +342) with 2,981 swabs
Liguria 91,780:+ 402 cases (yesterday +412) with 3,901 swabs
Walk 90,368
: +182 cases (yesterday +323) with 2,462 swabs
PA Bolzano 69,467: +48 (yesterday +81) with 1,193 swabs
Abruzzo 66,613
: +19 cases (yesterday +438) with 343 swabs
Umbria 51,582: +53 cases (yesterday +152) with 855 swabs
Calabria 49,101: +197cases (yesterday +511) with 1,342 swabs
Sardinia 47,239
: +261 cases (yesterday +323) with 2,182 swabs
PA Trento 41,821: +40 cases (yesterday +169) with 666 swabs
Basilicata 20,034: +16 cases (yesterday +119) with 374 tampons
Molise 12,452: +18 cases (yesterday +40) with 322 swabs
Valle d’Aosta 9,721: + 75 cases (yesterday +102) with 536 swabs

Deaths region by region

The data provided below, broken down by region, are the total deaths since the beginning of the pandemic updated with current data.

Lombardy 31,211 (+81, yesterday +74)
Veneto 10,755 (+17, yesterday +24)
Campania 5,525 (+9, yesterday +7)
Emilia Romagna 12,151 (+38, yesterday +35)
Piedmont 10,463 (+13, yesterday +28)
Laci 6,805 (+32, yesterday +26)
Tuscany 5,478 (+24, yesterday +26)
Weather in Puglia 4,931 (+20, yesterday +15)
Sicily 4,717
(+20, yesterday +21)
Friuli Venezia Giulia 3,386(+10, yesterday +18)


Liguria
3,905 (+1, yesterday +6)
Market 2,691 (+9, yesterday +16)
PA Bolzano 1,141 (+3, yesterday +3)
Abruzzo 2,173 (+4, yesterday +3)
Umbria 1,270 (+4, yesterday +5)
Calabria 854 (+7, yesterday +10)
Sardinia 1,244
(+2, yesterday +1)
PA Trento 1,297 (no new deaths, +2 yesterday).
Basilicata 454 (+2, yesterday +2)
Molise 447 (no deaths, yesterday +3)
Valle d’Aosta 428 (no new deaths, +1 yesterday)

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