Coronavirus Tuscany, Giani anticipates today’s data: + 1.929 / LIVE – Chronicle

Florence, 22 November 2020 – I’m 1929 the new cases of coronavirus on Sunday 22 November. He makes it known the region in the usual bulletin. Recording a new decline in hospitalizations: eleven less than on Saturday. There were 17,481 total swabs, while they were 7590 subjects tested excluding control swabs. Out of 7590 the positives were 25.4%. READ THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POSITIVES AND SWABS DAY BY DAY

Giani had anticipated the data in the morning

“Since i data of Tuscany as a whole they are fast improving, today (yesterday, ed) we are less than 1,900 infections, it is already another phase compared to 2,700 and more “. Words of the president of the Tuscany Region Eugenio Giani that hopes in “10-15 days to be able to really bring, with the data that arrives, all the Tuscany in the orange zone “. Meanwhile yesterday for the first time in this second wave there were more healed (with double negative swab) than new cases: 2427 healed against 1892 new cases. HERE THE BULLETIN OF 21 NOVEMBER

Me too‘indice Rt, that describes the infectiousness rate of the Sars-CoV-2 coronavirus, in Tuscany it fell 1.8 to 1,3. A lowering that made Governor Eugenio Giani breathe a sigh of relief, who said he was “serene and optimistic”. The lowering of the RT is a fundamental datum for the evaluation of the risk bands.




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“The new positive cases registered in the last 24 hours in Tuscany are 1,929 out of 17,481 molecular swabs and 2,246 rapid tests carried out. We continue to be responsible for reducing infections and returning to Tuscany soon!”. The governor of Tuscany Eugenio Giani writes on Facebook.

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