Phase 2. Monitoring Iss-Ministry of Health: “At the moment in Italy no critical situation”. Government intends to confirm the date of June 3 for the reopening of the transit between regions

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Published the third report on the monitoring of the epidemic indicators for the week between 18 and 24 May. Hope: “Encouraging data. The major sacrifices of lockdown have produced these results. We must continue on the road taken gradually and cautiously “. Rezza: “Of course the virus will continue to circulate so we must continue to keep our guard up”. And now the Government will have to make a decision on the planned reopening of travel between Regions and abroad scheduled for June 3. REGION BY REGION DATA

29 MAY – “At present, critical situations relating to the Covid-19 epidemic are not reported in Italy”. This was revealed by Health Ministries and ISS at the end of the monitoring of the Phase 2 indicators per week between 18 and 24 May.

“The monitoring data is encouraging. The important sacrifices of the lockdown have produced these results. We must continue on the road taken gradually and cautiously,” says the Minister of Health, Roberto Speranza.

“The works of the control room which examined the data from the Italian regions have just finished: the trend is good in almost all the regions. This shows that the effects of the lockdown have been extremely positive. Of course, the virus will continue to circulate, so we need to keep our guard up, “he says Gianni Rezza, general director of the Prevention of the Ministry of Health.

“The lockdown measures in Italy – writes the ISS in a note – have actually allowed a control of the COVID-19 infection on the national territory even in a context of persistent widespread transmission of the virus with a very different incidence in the 21 Regions and Provinces autonomous. “

For this reason, “the current situation regarding the start of the first transition phase is overall positive. There are still signs of transmission with new outbreaks reported which describe an epidemiologically fluid situation in many Italian regions. This requires strict compliance with the measures necessary to reduce the risk of transmission such as individual hygiene and physical spacing. “

For the ISS, it is therefore “necessary to continue strengthening the territorial services for the prevention and response to COVID-19 to face any epidemic outbreaks.

“The weekly incidence – continues the release – remains very heterogeneous in the national territory. In some Regions the number of cases is still high denoting a complex situation but under control. In others the number of cases is very limited. Therefore caution is recommended especially when the movement of people on the national territory should increase in frequency and size “.

The Monitoring then highlights how “there are no signs of overload of hospital care services on the national territory and there are improved levels of resilience”.

“In the country – emphasizes the ISS – testing and screening policies continue to be strengthened at regional level in order to identify the largest number of cases by carrying out isolation and quarantine / monitoring of close contacts (or by implementing the” test – track strategy). – trace “). Although this has increased the sensitivity of the diagnostic assessment, in almost all the Regions and Autonomous Provinces the weekly trend of new cases diagnosed by date of diagnosis / sampling is decreasing and the transmissibility indexes (Rt) are below 1 ” .

Regarding the estimate of the RT, it is stressed in any case “that when the number of cases is very small, some Regions may temporarily have an Rt> 1 due to small local outbreaks which end up affecting the regional total, without this is a worrying factor. “

Here are the main monitoring data:

Abruzzo

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 3234 | Cumulative incidence: 246.57 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 36 | Incidence: 2.74 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.67 (CI: 0.46-0.91) [10/5, sintomi]

Basilicata

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 358 | Cumulative incidence: 63.6 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 8 | Incidence: 1.42 per 100,000
– Rt: 0 (CI: 0-0) [10/5, sintomi]

Calabria

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 1166 | Cumulative incidence: 59.88 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 2 | Incidence: 0.1 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.13 (CI: 0.01-0.35) [10/5, sintomi]

Campania

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 4542 | Cumulative incidence: 78.29 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 57 | Incidence: 0.98 per 100,000
– Rt: being defined

Emilia Romagna

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 27587 | Cumulative incidence: 618.62 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 282 | Incidence: 6.32 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.55 (CI: 0.49-0.62) [10/5, sintomi]

Friuli Venezia Giulia

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 3167 | Cumulative incidence: 260.61 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 28 | Incidence: 2.3 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.9 (CI: 0.67-1.16) [10/5, sintomi]

Lazio

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 7673 | Cumulative incidence: 130.51 per 100,000
– Cases with date of collection / diagnosis on week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 94 | Incidence: 1.6 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.74 (CI: 0.57-0.92) [10/5, sintomi]

Liguria

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 9539 | Cumulative incidence: 615.17 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 95 | Incidence: 6.13 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.58 (CI: 0.51-0.66) [10/5, sintomi]

Lombardy

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 87258 | Cumulative incidence: 867.33 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 1678 | Incidence: 16.68 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.75 (CI: 0.72-0.84) [10/5, sintomi]

Marche

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 6704 | Cumulative incidence: 439.53 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 46 | Incidence: 3.02 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.55 (CI: 0.35-0.82) [10/5, sintomi]

Molise

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 432 | Cumulative incidence: 141.35 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 8 | Incidence: 2.62 per 100,000
– Rt: 2.2 (CI: 1.5-3.33) [10/5, sintomi]

Piedmont

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 30650 | Cumulative incidence: 703.56 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 543 | Incidence: 12.46 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.5 (CI: 0.46-0.55) [10/5, sintomi]

Autonomous Province of Bolzano

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 2589 | Cumulative incidence: 487.41 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 8 | Incidence: 1.51 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.57 (CI: 0.37-0.83) [10/5, sintomi]

Autonomous Province of Trento

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 5408 | Cumulative incidence: 999.45 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 68 | Incidence: 12.57 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.88 (CI: 0.68-1.09) [10/5, sintomi]

Puglia

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 4471 | Cumulative incidence: 110.97 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 76 | Incidence: 1.89 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.62 (CI: 0.45-0.82) [10/5, sintomi]

Sardinia

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 1346 | Cumulative incidence: 82.09 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 6 | Incidence: 0.37 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.51 (CI: 0.22-0.82) [10/5, sintomi]

Sicily

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 3034 | Cumulative incidence: 60.68 per 100,000
– Cases with date of collection / diagnosis the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 22 | Incidence: 0.44 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.75 (CI: 0.44-1.19) [10/5, sintomi]

Tuscany

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 9928 | Cumulative incidence: 266.19 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 98 | Incidence: 2.63 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.59 (CI: 0.47-0.73) [10/5, sintomi]

Umbria

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 1431 | Cumulative incidence: 162.24 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 4 | Incidence: 0.45 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.94 (CI: 0.57-1.41) [10/5, sintomi]

Valle d’Aosta

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 1187 | Cumulative incidence: 944.57 per 100,000
– Cases with sampling / diagnosis date the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 8 | Incidence: 6.37 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.8 (CI: 0.43-1.1) [10/5, sintomi]

Veneto

Epidemiological update
– Total cases: 19107 | Cumulative incidence: 389.47 per 100,000
– Cases with date of collection / diagnosis the week 18 / 5-24 / 5: 80 | Incidence: 1.63 per 100,000
– Rt: 0.65 (CI: 0.49-0.83) [10/5, sintomi]

May 29, 2020
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