They drop from 32 to 12 in Liguria, while they rise from 20 to 31 in Emilia Romagna. There are 9 deaths of people positive for Coronavirus in the daily bulletin of the Piedmont Regional Crisis Unit. No one has been registered today at the moment. The number of new cases of contagion drops to 54 against 82 yesterday, of which 16 cases in RSA and 18 asymptomatic. There are 329 new patients recovered, while 3034 others are considered recovering. Intensive care patients drop to 58 (-2 compared to yesterday), in the other wards 973 (-15). The new cases of positivity to Coronavirus registered in Veneto in the last 24 hours have dropped from 12 to 6, and only 2 more deaths than yesterday. This was reported by the latest bulletin of the Region, which updates this morning to 19,152 the total of the infected, and to 1,918 the deaths with Covid-19 since the beginning of the epidemic. The only figure that goes against the trend in today’s report, that of the inpatients, 385 (+1), while the decline in the patients in intensive care continues, 29 (-1). People discharged from hospitals rose to 3,377 (+3).
The new cases in Lazio go from 6 to 13, where the number of people infected in the last 24 hours in Rome has increased too, which yesterday had just 3, today 8. There are five consecutive days in which in Umbria no new positive results were detected. coronavirus in the past 24 hours, 1,431 cases since the start of the pandemic. The figure for the deceased was also stable, at 76. Out of 1,860 swabs performed today, 4 new cases of coronavirus infection were recorded in Puglia, against 8 yesterday. Of these, 2 in the province of Bari and 2 in the Foggia area. After the bulletin on Saturday at zero, today there are 4 deaths: three in the Bat and one in the province of Bari; overall, coronavirus victims rise to 504. Zero new infected in the last four days and only four hospitalized in one hospital, that of Potenza: these are the data of the health emergency in Basilicata, in the last 24 hours.
In the meantime, more than 6 million coronavirus cases have been officially registered worldwide, of which two thirds in Europe and the United States, according to a count made by AFP on the basis of official data. With a record increase of 52,000 infected in just 24 hours, a week ended which confirmed an acceleration of the pandemic in Latin America, with 975,406 confirmed cases and 50,110 deaths. The situation in Brazil is still alarming, which alone recorded over 60% of the day’s infections (33,000) bringing the overall total to almost half a million (498,440), with 28,834 deaths (+1,000) and becoming the fourth country in the world by number of deaths.