21,273 new cases and 128 deaths – Corriere.it

In Italy, at least since the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic 525.782 people (+21.273 compared to yesterday, + 4.2%; yesterday +19,644) contracted the Sars-CoV-2 virus. Of these, 37,338 died (+128, + 0.3%; yesterday +151) and 266.203 have been discharged (+2.086, + 0.8%; yesterday +2.309). Currently the positive subjects of which there is certainty are 222,241 (+19.059, + 9.4%; yesterday +17.180) and are visible in the fifth column from the right of the table above; the count rises to 525,782 – as mentioned above – if there are also the dead and the healed in the calculation, counting all the people who have been found positive for the virus since the beginning of the epidemic.

I tampons They were 161.880, which is 15,789 less than yesterday when it was 177,669. While the rate of positivity grows: around today al 13% (precisely 13.1%). It means 13 out of 100 swabs performed were positive; yesterday it was 11% (precisely 11.05%). This percentage gives the idea of ​​the increase in infections, regardless of the number of tests carried out: in fact, with fewer tampons there are more cases.

Jump in the daily infections: there are over 21,000, a figure never recorded. Another record on record, above 19 thousand for the third consecutive time. To keep the epidemiological curve uphill – and averting a generalized lockdown, as the premier Giuseppe Conte – have been introduced new restrictive measures (who he text of the Dpcm). Right now, the national Rt index 1.5 and the situation is rapidly deteriorating. The increase in hospitalized is worrying: some regions already have more than a thousand patients in Covid wards and are showing the first signs of health stress. Without forgetting the difficulties of activating the contact tracing with national five-digit daily data.

The region most affected is the Lombardy for the thirteenth consecutive day which for the first time exceeds 5 thousand positives in 24: there are 5,762. Immediately after above 2 thousand there are: the Campania (+2.590) and the Piedmont (+2,287). But the virus is expanding throughout the country: just look at the percentages of new positives compared to the previous day – visible below in the details of the cases by Region by Region – ranging from 2 to 7%.

I hospitalized patients with symptoms are 12.006 (+719, + 6.4%; yesterday +738), while the most seriously ill in intensive care I’m 1.208 (+80, + 7.1%; yesterday +79). These data are visible in the table above, in the left columns next to the names of the Regions. The greater number of patients in hospital is located in Lombardy which has 2,326 hospitalized (+173 compared to yesterday) and 231 in intensive care (+18 compared to yesterday). Then there are: Piedmont with 1,601 hospitalized (+118 compared to yesterday) and 94 in intensive care (+6 compared to yesterday), Lazio with 1,476 hospitalized (+38 compared to yesterday) and 146 in intensive care (+5 compared to yesterday) and Campania with 1,151 hospitalized (+33 compared to yesterday) and 113 in intensive care (+5 compared to yesterday).

There are three regions without victims, while those that register more deaths: Lombardy (+25), Tuscany (+14), Veneto (+12), Piedmont (+11), Sicily (+11) and Abruzzo (+11). Below the details of the deaths Region by Region.

who all the bulletins of the past days and months. who the latest news of the day.

The cases Region by Region

The data provided below, and broken down by Region, is the total cases (number of people found positive since the beginning of the epidemic: includes deaths and healed). The variation indicates the number of new cases registered in the last 24 hours.

Lombardy 154.363 (+5.762, + 3.9%; yesterday +4.956)
Emilia-Romagna 46.734 (+1.192, + 2.6%; yesterday +1.180)
Piedmont 55,535 (+2.287, + 4.3%; yesterday +1.548)
Veneto 44,337 (+1,468, + 3.4%; yesterday +1,729)
Marche 11,440 (+521, + 4.8%; yesterday +274)
Liguria 23,051 (+657, + 2.9%; yesterday +1,035)
Campania 38,613 (+2,590, + 7.2%; yesterday +1,718)
Tuscany 31,290 (+1,863, + 6.3%; yesterday +1,526)
Sicily 16,897 (+695, + 4.3%; yesterday +886)
Lazio 34,238 (+1,541, + 4.7%; yesterday +1,687)
Friuli-Venezia Giulia 8,161 (+334, + 4.3%; yesterday +412)
Abruzzo 8,068 (+368, + 4.8%; yesterday +375)
Puglia 14,546 (+515, + 3.7%; yesterday +631)
Umbria 7,295 (+463, + 6.8%; yesterday +525)
Bolzano 6,434 (+339, + 5.6%; yesterday +277)
Calabria 3,790 (+ 179 *, + 4.9%; yesterday +166)
Sardinia 7,759 (+195, + 2.6%; yesterday +329)
Valle d’Aosta 2,525 (+97, + 4%; yesterday +112)
Trento 7,792 (+104, + 1.3%; yesterday +162)
Molise 1,218 (+26, + 2.2%; yesterday +66)
Basilicata 1,696 (+77, + 4.8%; yesterday +50)

The deaths Region by Region

The figure provided below, and divided by Region, is that of the total deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. The variation indicates the number of new deaths recorded in the last 24 hours.

Lombardy 17,235 (+25, yesterday +51)
Emilia-Romagna 4.561 (+4, yesterday +10)
Piedmont 4,259 (+11, yesterday +12)
Veneto 2.329 (+12, yesterday +9)
Marche 1.003 (+2, yesterday +1)
Liguria 1.691 (+5, yesterday +6)
Campania 571 (no new deaths, yesterday +8)
Tuscany 1.262 (+14, yesterday +11)
Sicily 428 (+11, yesterday +9)
Lazio 1.100 (+10, yesterday +9)
Friuli-Venezia Giulia 374 (+2, yesterday +3)
Abruzzo 514 (+11, no new deaths yesterday)
Puglia 663 (+7, yesterday +10)
Umbria 105 (+3, yesterday +2)
Bolzano 296 (no new deaths for the fourth day in a row)
Calabria 106 (+1, no new deaths yesterday)
Sardinia 191 (+7, yesterday +3)
Valle d’Aosta 153 (+1, yesterday +3)
Trento 425 (+1, yesterday +1)
Molise 28 (+1, yesterday +1)
Basilicata 44 (no new deaths, yesterday +2)

*Calabria reports that of the 179 new positive cases today, 3 are identified in migrants.

25 October 2020 (change October 25, 2020 | 18:19)

© REPRODUCTION RESERVED

.

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on email
Email

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.