Coronavirus, the bulletin of the Calabria Region updated to today 27 May
No dead, 49 healed and only 1 positive case (in the Province of Reggio) on 1,117 people subjected to swab: in Calabria even today the news on the Coronavirus pandemic is exceptionally comforting, despite the fact that more than two weeks have passed since the reopening which therefore did not cause any worsening of the situation. The number of Covid-19 cases in Calabria since the start of the pandemic is of 1,158 people up 63.372 test subjects. The percentage of the positive on the controlled is of1, 8% and it’s by far the lowest in Italy. In Calabria they were even buffered 54.7 people for each positive. It is the most important data that testifies to the number of swabs carried out compared to the actual spread of the pandemic, and is the highest number in all of Italy, confirming the very high number of swabs carried out in the Calabrian territory.
The Calabrian Regional summary updated at 5pm today (official data):
- Total cases: 1,158
- Dead: 96
- Healed: 872
- Currently ill: 190
- Admitted to wards: 39
- Intensive care patients: 1
- In home isolation: 153
THE 1,158 cases of Calabria are divided as follows into the 5 Provinces of the Region:
- Cosenza 468 cases: 34 dead, 318 healed, 2 in ward, 114 in home isolation.
- Reggio Calabria 275 cases: 18 dead, 228 healed, 4 in wards, 25 in home isolation.
- Catanzaro 217 cases: 33 dead, 150 healed, 28 in the ward, 1 in intensive care, 5 in home isolation.
- Crotone 117 cases: 6 dead, 105 healed, 1 in the ward, 5 in home isolation.
- Vibo Valentia 81 cases: 5 dead, 71 healed, 4 in home isolation.
Here is the graph with the trend of new cases of daily contagion in Calabria:
Voluntary quarantined individuals are 9,409, Distributed as follows:
- Crotone: 2,904
- Catanzaro: 2,831
- Reggio Calabria 1,820
- Cosenza: 1,550
- Vibo Valentia: 304
Note: The total of Catanzaro cases includes subjects from other structures and provinces who have been discharged over time. It should be noted that two patients from other provinces were hospitalized at the Germaneto Polyclinic. Deceased persons are indicated in the province of origin and not in that in which the death occurred. The count also includes the two patients from Bergamo transferred to Catanzaro, while the numbers of the infection received after the communication of the data to the National Civil Protection are not included.