The special surveillance regions are still Lombardy, Piedmont and Liguria, in a decidedly fragmented Italy, with territories where new cases are counted on the fingertips and others in the order of tens and hundreds.
In general, Civil Protection data indicate that half of the deaths occurred in Lombardy (58 vs. 22 on Tuesday). However, the Region reports that, as regards the infections, 168 swabs carried out following serological tests, carried out by individual citizens and processed by the Ats of Bergamo in the last seven days, must be added to the new cases recorded.
No new victims instead in eight Regions: Marche, Abruzzo, Umbria, Sardinia, Valle d’Aosta, Calabria, Molise, Basilicata and the Autonomous Province of Bolzano. The number of patients throughout the national territory is decreasing (1,976 less on Tuesdays) and ICU patients (16 fewer). Instead, healed and discharged increase (+2,443).
Covid-free drills? No, there are four new cases – Not even the time to celebrate the primacy of the first province of Italy without a pandemic that Trapani returns to record cases of positivity at Covid-19: four in the last 24 hours. In Mazara del Vallo, a 50-year-old tested positive, while the other three new cases were recorded in Calatafimi, Castelvetrano and Marsala. In the list you must then insert a fifth person who has been positive for some time. Just in the day the province of Trapani had been indicated by The sun 24 hours like the first province in Italy where the pandemic ended.
One in six young people have stopped working – The pandemic had a “devastating and disproportionate” effect on young workers. According to an analysis by the World Labor Organization, more than one in 6 young people stopped working due to coronavirus globally, and those who are still employed have seen a 23% reduction in working hours.