Coronavirus: 33,000 victims are growing. Infections and therapies are decreasing – Healthcare

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Minus 4 at the reopening of the borders between regions and at the end of the restrictions on mobility in Italy and the ‘no-front’ continues to make its voice heard, also strong with data that insist on representing a Lombardy case. Even today, the territory far more affected by the pandemic records 53% of the new infected and 60% of the victims, on a day when 11 regions do not report deaths. The government continues the dialogue with the presidents with Minister Francesco Boccia and no line changes are expected, but the governor of Campania Vincenzo De Luca attacks: “The reason for a generalized opening is not understood”. In particular, some regions of central-southern Italy and the islands of Sicily and Sardinia are lined up with them, recipients of huge flows of summer tourism. De Luca goes even further. “There is the feeling that for the umpteenth time decisions are being made not on the basis of simple and objective criteria – he says – but on the basis of various kinds of pressures and pressures”.

Economic interests, the ‘political’ weight of Lombardy and its tourist flows, it seems to understand. “If my region still had a high level of contagion – says De Luca – I would not hesitate to ask, for a duty of national responsibility, a limitation of mobility for my fellow citizens”. The level of contagion that is falling in Lombardy – the new positives are falling today – but not so quickly. Still in the last 24 hours there are 221 infected out of 416 in total in Italy and 67 out of 111 victims. A reality increasingly distant from most of the rest of the country, with six regions with zero new infections in the latest survey: Abruzzo, Umbria, Sardinia, Molise, Calabria and Basilicata. And on Monday in Lombardy swimming pools and gyms will be reopened, with the risk of new infections. Of the other northern regions only Veneto with 10 victims today records a figure on double-digit victims.

In detail – according to data released by the Civil Protection -, the currently positive are 21,809 in Lombardy (-874), 5,290 in Piedmont (-368), 3,279 in Emilia-Romagna (-285), 1,612 in Veneto (-237), 1,166 in Tuscany (-89), 781 in Liguria (-213), 3,055 in Lazio (-108), 1,347 in the Marche (-5), 981 in Campania (-5), 1,222 in Puglia (-61), 366 in Autonomous Province of Trento (-44), 999 in Sicily (-138), 305 in Friuli Venezia Giulia (-18), 770 in Abruzzo (unchanged, no data released today), 137 in the Autonomous Province of Bolzano (-17), 31 in Umbria (+0), 186 in Sardinia (-4), 17 in Valle d’Aosta (-2), 151 in Calabria (-8), 156 in Molise (-6), 31 in Basilicata (-2) . As for the victims, 16,079 (+67), Piedmont 3,858 (+7), Emilia-Romagna 4,107 (+5), Veneto 1,916 (+10), Tuscany 1,037 (+6), Liguria 1,459 (+7) are in Lombardy. Lazio 728 (+7), Marche 987 (+1), Campania 411 (+0), Puglia 500 (+0), Autonomous Province of Trento 462 (+0), Sicily 273 (+1), Friuli Venezia Giulia 333 ( +0), Abruzzo 404 (+0), Autonomous Province of Bolzano 291 (+0), Umbria 76 (+0), Sardinia 130 (+0), Valle d’Aosta 143 (+0), Calabria 97 (+0 ), Molise 22 (+0), Basilicata 27 (+0). Swabs for coronavirus are 3,824,621 so far, up 69,342 from yesterday. The cases tested so far are 2,404,673.

The new positive drops but the deaths in Lombardy increase: there are 221 more cases (with the daily swab ratio index going from 2.5% to 1.6%) for a total of 88,758 cases in the region. Yesterday there had been 352 new positives with about the same number of swabs, over 14 thousand. There are 68 new deaths for a total of 16,079 deaths in the region while yesterday there were 38. Both ICU patients (-1, 172) as well as those in the other wards (-245, 3,307) that yesterday had instead increased ( +82). These are the data disclosed by the Lombardy Region.



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