26,831 new cases and 217 deaths – Corriere.it

In Italy, at least since the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic 616.595 people (+26.831* compared to yesterday, + 4.6%; yesterday +24,991) contracted the Sars-CoV-2 virus. Of these, 38,122 died (+217, + 0.6%; yesterday +205) and 279.282 have been discharged (+3.878, + 1.4%; yesterday +3.416). Currently the positive subjects of which there is certainty are 299,191 (+22.734, + 2.2%; yesterday +21.367) and are visible in the fifth column from the right of the table above; the bill rises to 616,595 – as mentioned above – if there are also the dead and the healed in the calculation, that is, counting all the people who have been found positive for the virus since the beginning of the epidemic.

I tampons They were 201.452, or 2,500 more than yesterday when there were 198,952: still a record. While the rate of positivity it’s around al 13% (precisely 13.3%): it means that 13 out of 100 swabs performed were positive; yesterday it was around 13% (precisely 12.5%). This percentage gives the idea of ​​the increase in infections, regardless of the number of tests carried out. This is the map of the contagion in Italy.

I hospitalized patients with symptoms are 15.964 (+983, + 6.6%; yesterday +1,026), while the most seriously ill in intensive care I’m 1.651 (+115, + 7.5%; yesterday +125). These data are visible in the table above, in the left columns next to the names of the Regions. For the fourth consecutive day, daily admissions to intensive care are falling. Intensive care units occupied yesterday increased by 125, Tuesday by 127, Monday by 141.

Never so much contagion in 24 hours, the 26,000 threshold was broken: every day there is a new absolute record (from October 27), with the current positives which since yesterday are more and more compared to the total recovered (ie from the beginning of the epidemic, when, however, fewer tampons were made). There epidemiological curve squirts still upwards, making it difficult to control. The worrying data concern hospitalizations – la Lombardy is already in trouble – because the number of total patients in intensive care today is that of lockdown: comparable to the data of April 30 (they were 1,694, with the curve going down) or del March 15 (they were 1,672, with the curve uphill as it happens now). Recall that the peak of sick in intensive care occurred on 3rd April with 4,068 patients in this ward.

The most affected region remains there Lombardy with +7.339 positives, followed by Campania which exceeds 3,000 (+3,103), recording its maximum peak. Above 2 thousand new cases are: Piedmont (+2.585) e Veneto (+2.109). But the virus is spreading throughout the national territory with increases of cases compared to the previous day, always above 2%. Below is the Region by Region detail.

The victims are more than 200 for the third consecutive day. Only Basilicata has no deaths in the last 24 hours, while Regions with more deaths are: Lombardy (+57), Piedmont (+27) e Campania (+20).

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The cases Region by Region

The data provided below, and broken down by Region, is that of the total cases (number of people found positive since the beginning of the epidemic: includes deaths and recovered). The variation indicates the number of new cases registered in the last 24 hours, while the percentage represents the increase compared to the previous day calculated on the total.

Lombardy 177.865 (+7.339, + 4.3%; yesterday +7.558)
Emilia-Romagna 52,038 *** (+1,545, + 3.1%; yesterday +1,212)
Piedmont 65,030 (+2.585, + 4.1%; yesterday +2.827)
Veneto 51,244 (+2,109, + 4.3%; yesterday +2,143)
Marche 13,095 (+686, + 5.5%; yesterday +351)
Liguria 26,541 (+1,018, + 4%; yesterday +926)
Campania 48,885 (+3,103, + 6.8%; yesterday +2,427)
Tuscany 38.958 (+1.966, + 5.3%; yesterday +1.708)
Sicily 19,822 (+789, + 4.2%; yesterday +708)
Lazio 41,887 (+1,995, + 5%; yesterday +1,963)
Friuli-Venezia Giulia 9,610 (+468, + 5.1%; yesterday +406)
Abruzzo 9,674 ** (+482, + 5.2%; yesterday +434)
Puglia 17,069 (+716, + 4.4%; yesterday +772)
Umbria 8,967 (+694, + 8.4%; yesterday +401)
Bolzano 7,485 (+298, + 4.2%; yesterday +190)
Calabria 4,625 (+225, + 5.1%; yesterday +196)
Sardinia 8,808 (+282, + 3.3%; yesterday +362)
Valle d’Aosta 2,981 (+178, + 6.4%; yesterday +77)
Trento 8,526 (+173, + 2.1%; yesterday +191)
Molise 1,498 (+94, + 6.7%; yesterday +19)
Basilicata 1,987 (+86, + 4.5%; yesterday +120)

The deaths Region by Region

The data provided below, and broken down 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 17,414 (+57; yesterday +47)
Emilia-Romagna 4,601 (+8; yesterday +14)
Piedmont 4,332 (+27; yesterday +19)
Veneto 2,371 (+16; yesterday +11)
Marche 1.009 (+1; yesterday +2)
Liguria 1,742 (+9; yesterday +15)
Campania 644 (+20; yesterday +17)
Tuscany 1,310 (+13; yesterday +7)
Sicily 472 (+13; yesterday +10)
Lazio 1.173 (+15; yesterday +19)
Friuli-Venezia Giulia 387 (+5; yesterday +4)
Abruzzo 540 (+6; yesterday +2)
Puglia 706 (+7; yesterday +13)
Umbria 119 (+5; yesterday +4)
Bolzano 306 (+2; yesterday +4)
Calabria 113 (+2; no new deaths yesterday)
Sardinia 207 (+2; yesterday +6)
Aosta Valley 162 (+5; yesterday +1)
Trento 435 (+3; yesterday +5)
Molise 32 (+1; yesterday +2)
Basilicata 47 (no new deaths; yesterday +3)

*The data does not exactly correspond to the difference of the total cases today with those of the previous day due to the recalculations of Abruzzo and Emilia-Romagna (see following notes).

** The Abruzzo Region announces that yesterday’s case has been eliminated from the total of positives as a duplicate.

***The Emilia-Romagna Region announces that following verification of the data communicated in the past days, 1 case has been eliminated as it is not considered COVID-19. Therefore, the data of the total positive cases communicated yesterday is corrected: corrected n ° 50,493.

29 October 2020 (change October 29, 2020 | 20:01)

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