584 new infections, Liguria third worst region after Lombardy and Piedmont / The bulletin


Liguria is the third region in Italy for the number of new infections from Coronavirus (+39 in the last 24 hours). They just get over it Piedmont (+73) e Lombardy (+384). This is what emerges from the omodern bulletins issued by the Ministry of Health and Civil Protection.

Overall, in Italy continues the decline of people currently positive at Covid 19 (– 1,976 compared to yesterday) and i hospitalized (-188) and i patients in intensive care (-16).

THE dead from the beginning of the emergency, unfortunately, they exceed the quota 33 thousand (-117 compared to yesterday). The total of resigned is healed continues to increase (+ 2,443).

Coronavirus, Italy: Liguria third in Italy for new infections

As part of health monitoring related to the spread of Coronavirus on our territory, to date, May 27, the total number of people who contracted the virus was 231,139, an increase compared to yesterday of 584 new cases.

The total number of currently positive and of 50,966, with a decrease of 1,976 clients compared to yesterday.

Among the currently positive, 505 are being treated in intensive care, with a decrease in 16 patients compared to yesterday.

7,729 people are hospitalized with symptoms, with a decrease in 188 patients compared to yesterday.

42,732 people, equal to84% of the currently positive, I am in isolation without symptoms or with mild symptoms.

Compared to yesterday i 117 died and bring the total to 33,072. The overall number of resigned is healed instead goes up to 147 101, with a increase of 2,443 people compared to yesterday.

In detail, there are currently 24,037 positive cases in Lombardy, 6,464 in Piedmont, 3,998 in Emilia-Romagna, 2,287 in Veneto, 1,460 in Tuscany, 1,269 in Liguria, 3,488 in Lazio, 1,450 in the Marche, 1,146 in Campania, 1,513 in Puglia, 477 in the autonomous province of Trento, 1,318 in Sicily, 356 in Friuli Venezia Giulia, 866 in Abruzzo, 171 in the autonomous province of Bolzano, 32 in Umbria, 215 in Sardinia, 27 in the Aosta Valley, 190 in Calabria, 166 in Molise and 36 in Basilicata.

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