Coronavirus Lombardia, in 24 hours another 221 infections and 67 deaths

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In Lombardy, since the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic, they have tested positive for SARS-CoV-19 88,758 people (+221 compared to yesterday, when the positive cases reported were 88,537 and the increase on the previous day had been +354). The data was provided by Lombardy region. Of these, they are died 16,079 people (+67, yesterday they were +38). THE hospitalizations are 3,307 compared to 3,552 yesterday (-245), those in intensive care 172 (yesterday they were 173), while the total of healed 50,870 (+1,028, +546 yesterday). The cases currently positive in Lombardy they are 21,809 (-874 compared to yesterday, when they were 22,683). The swabs were 14,301, against 14,078 yesterday; the total number of swabs rises to 741,447. The ratio between swabs made and number of positives found 1.5% (2.5% yesterday).

These detail the data. In province of Milan cases went to 23,044 (+62). They followBrescia 14.724 (+41), Bergamo 13.323 (+21), Cremona 6.448 (+6), Monza 5,514 (+4). Milan city registers 9,775 (+25), yesterday the increase had been +32.

Here the tool that allows you to check the number of positive cases Municipality by Municipality, here the national bulletin. This is the map of contagion in Italy, here is the updated graph of cases in the world. Here is the Corriere della Sera special where infectious disease specialists and experts explain the pandemic.

Province by Province

Below the map of cases divided by Province
Bergamo 13.323 (+21)
Brescia 14.724 (+41)
Como 3,840 (+3)
Cremona 6,448 (+6)
Lecco 2,736 (+6)
Lodi 3,468 (+10)
Monza and Brianza 5,514 (+4)
Milan 23.044 (+62)
Mantua 3,345 (+6)
Pavia 5.328 (+35)
Sondrio 1.460 (+1)
Varese 3,594 (+4)

May 30, 2020 | 17:20

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