31,336 (+14 compared to yesterday, of which 11 asymptomatic; of the 14: 6 screenings, 5 case contacts, 3 with ongoing investigation) the people who have so far tested positive at Covid-19 in Piedmont, divided as follows on a provincial basis: 4063 Alessandria, 1874 Asti, 1046 Biella, 2860 Cuneo, 2791 Novara, 15.882 Turin, 1322 Vercelli, 1138 Verbano-Cusio-Ossola, as well as 262 residents outside the region but in charge of the Piedmontese health facilities. The remaining 98 cases are undergoing territorial processing and attribution.
12 inpatients are in intensive care (+0 compared to yesterday), 305 inpatients not in intensive care (+2 compared to yesterday). There are 1178 people in home isolation. 410,813 diagnostic swabs have been processed so far, of which 225,713 were negative.
24,548 patients recovered and 1,208 recovering. The Crisis Unit of the Piedmont Region announces that the virologically cured patients, that is, the negative results of the two tests at the end of the disease, are 24,548 (+74 compared to yesterday), divided as follows on a provincial basis: 2938 (+6) Alessandria , 1436 (+15) Asti, 816 (+1) Biella, 2305 (+13) Cuneo, 2215 (+0) Novara, 12.706 (+37) Turin, 1040 (+12) Vercelli, 936 (+7) Verbano- Cusio-Ossola, in addition to 156 (+2) from other regions. Another 1,208 are “on the mend”, that is, negative for the first test buffer, after illness and pending the outcome of the second.
Deaths rise to 4085. There are 5 deaths of positive people to the Covid-19 test communicated in the afternoon by the Crisis Unit of the Piedmont Region, of which 1 at the time recorded today (remember that the cumulative update data communicated daily also includes deaths occurred in the previous days and only subsequently ascertained as Covid deaths).
The total is 4085 deaths tested positive for the virus, divided as follows on a provincial basis: 674 Alessandria, 255 Asti, 208 Biella, 394 Cuneo, 364 Novara, 1,800 Turin, 219 Vercelli, 132 Verbano-Cusio-Ossola, as well as 39 residents outside region but died in Piedmont.