Coronavirus, latest news: in Italy 16,377 new cases with 130,524 swabs and 672 deaths

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Patients with symptoms increased by 308, while intensive care units fell by 0.23%. Currently positive, down by -0.91%

Coronavirus: November 30 Bulletin – Today’s data

Patients with symptoms increased by 308, while intensive care units fell by 0.23%. Currently positive, down by -0.91%

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THE DATA OF THE CONTAGION

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There are 16,377 new coronavirus positives at 5 pm on Monday 30 November and bring the total, since the beginning of the pandemic, to 1,601,554 (+ 1.03%). The deaths, in the last 24 hours, were 672 so as to total 55,576 units from February to this part (+ 1.22%). The currently positives counted in Italy are 788,471 (-0.91%) and of these 33,187 hospitalized with symptoms (+308, i.e. + 0.93%) and 3,744 in intensive care (9 less day on day, -0.23%) . There are 751,540 people subjected to home isolation, down 1% in 24 hours. 23,004 healed and discharged compared to Sunday (+ 3.13%). This is the picture that emerges following the daily bulletin of the Ministry of Health, elaborated on the basis of 130,524 swabs carried out against 176,934 on Sunday 29 November.

THE TREND DAY BY DAY

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Emilia Romagna first for new infections

At the level of the individual regions, this time it is Emilia Romagna that stands out in terms of the number of new infections: 2,041 in the last 24 hours. However, it is a kind of head to head with Veneto in which the new cases have been 2,003. Followed by Lombardy (1,929), Campania (1,626), Lazio (1,589), Piedmont (1,185), Sicily (1,138), Puglia (1,102), Tuscany (893). Friuli Venezia Giulia (575), Abruzzo (556), Trentino Alto Adige (359), Sardinia (329), Calabria (270), Liguria (236), Marche (252), Basilicata (92), Umbria (68) complete the picture. ), Molise (87) and Valle d’Aosta (47).

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ADMISSIONS AND INTENSIVE CARE

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Where were we

There were 20,648 tests for the coronavirus that tested positive on Sunday 29 December, according to data from the Ministry of Health. The victims were 541. The swabs carried out were 176,934. The ratio of positives to swabs remained unchanged at 11.7%. The 7-day moving average of the positivity rate had been declining for about two weeks. The positive rate of the people tested was 25.76 percent.

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