With the new 38 cases, the number of people who have contracted the virus rises to 27,739. Of these, there are 3,564 active cases (i.e. actual patients at this time), 186 fewer than yesterday. There are 216 healed, for a total of 20,073 since the beginning of the emergency.Of the 3,564 patients to date, 3,059 are in solitary confinement at home because they do not require hospital treatment; those in intensive care are 76, those hospitalized in other wards drop to 429 (-20).
Coronavirus, the graphs of the situation in Emilia-Romagna as of May 28, 2020
However, there are 8 new deaths, 2 men and 6 women. Overall, they reached 4,102 in Emilia-Romagna. The new deaths concern 2 residents in the province of Reggio Emilia, 2 in the province of Bologna (nobody in theImola), 1 in that of Ferrara, 2 in that of Forlì-Cesena (1 in Forlivese and 1 in Cesenate), 1 in that of Rimini. No deaths among residents in the provinces of Piacenza, Parma, Modena, Ravenna and from outside the region.
These cases of positivity on the territory, which instead refer not to the province of residence, but to that in which the diagnosis was made: 4,475 a Piacenza (no extra cases), 3,513 a Parma (+9), 4,945 a Reggio Emilia (+10), 3,909 a Modena (+1), 4,612 a Bologna (+8); 394 positivity recorded a Imola (no more cases), 992 a Ferrara (+5). In Romagna cases of positivity reached 4,899 (+5), of which 1,026 a Ravenna (+2), 943 a Forlì (no extra cases), 778 a Cesena (+1), 2,152 a Rimini (+2)
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In Reggio, no Covid ICU patients
“No Covid patient in intensive care in the province of Reggio Emilia”, announces the Reggio Emilia AUSL. From 5.30 pm yesterday – reads a note from the local health company – the three intensive care units (Arcispedale Santa Maria Nuova and Core with a total of 42 beds and Guastalla hospital with 12 beds) no longer have any admitted positives . From the beginning of the pandemic to yesterday, 2,207 Covid patients were admitted to Reggio Emilia hospitals.
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