Coronavirus: Abruzzo, data updated to 3 June. Positive cases at 3252


(REGFLASH) Pescara, June 3 – In Abruzzo, since the beginning of the emergency, 3252 Covid 19 positive cases have been recorded, diagnosed by tests performed in the Pescara regional reference laboratory, by the Zooprophylactic Institute of Teramo, by the University of Chieti and by the laboratory of the hospital of L’Aquila.

Compared to yesterday, there was an increase of 3 new cases.

Compared to last Friday, the overall increase was 15 new cases out of a total of 5761 swabs analyzed (0.2 percent positive out of the total).

112 patients (-10 compared to Friday) they are hospitalized in non-intensive therapy; 3 (unchanged from Friday) in intensive care, while others 621 (-24 compared to Friday) they are in home isolation with active surveillance by the local health authorities.

In the number of positive cases are also included 414 patients died (+10 compared to Friday); 2102 discharged / healed (+39 compared to Friday, of which 170 who became symptomatic with clinical manifestations associated with Covid 19, became asymptomatic and 1932 which resolved the symptoms of the infection and were negative in two consecutive tests).

The currently positive in Abruzzo (calculated by subtracting the number of discharged / healed and deceased from the total positive) they are 736, with a decrease of 34 units compared to Friday.

Since the beginning of the Coronavirus emergency, A total of 78356 tests were performed, of which 72545 were negative.

The difference between the number of tests performed and the results is related to the fact that multiple tests are carried out on the same patient. The total also considers the number of exams taken and still in progress.

Of the total positive cases, 247 refer to the Avezzano-Sulmona-L’Aquila Local Health Authority, 824 to the Lanciano-Vasto-Chieti Local Health Authority, 1524 to the Pescara Local Health Authority and 657 to the Teramo Local Health Authority.

The data regards the taking charge of patients and does not necessarily coincide with their registry residence, as there are patients residing in a province who are being treated in a different provincial Local Health Authority. In addition, for clinical reasons, there are patients who have been transferred from one hospital to another, even in different ASL offices.

The Health Prevention and Protection Service of the Regional Health Department communicates this.

The next detailed report will be sent out on Friday 5 June. (REGFLASH) FRAFLA 200603

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