Covid today: the bulletin of March 4th. Italy and regions data on Coronavirus

Rome, 4 March 2020 – Another one is announced Covid bulletin with little reassuring numbers. The data arriving from the Regions, which anticipate the synthesis of the Ministry of Health, still show growing data in various territories. In the afternoon, updates on total infections, currently positive, deaths, recovered, hospitalizations and intensive care. There are many regions that, with Friday’s report from the control room, are at risk of a color change next week. And the Lombardy play in advance by passing from midnight today in the area dark orange.

Independent monitoring of the Gimbe Foundation notes in the week from February 24 to March 2 “an increase of 33% in cases” and “growing numbers on the front of hospitals and intensive care” in the face of the “dizzying acceleration of the variants, we continue to delay unnecessarily in establishing local red zones”. The president of the Foundation, Nino Cartabellotta, warns: “For weeks we have been reporting the red lights of an increased circulation of the virus, whose strong acceleration is in fact starting the third wave. But the times of politics and bureaucracy are always too long and the local red zones arrive when the situation has now got out of hand “.

Red and dark orange zone: rules and differences

Today’s Coronavirus Bulletin

The complete data and the Pdf table will be published here, as soon as they are available

Covid vaccine: AstraZeneca, 7 out of 10 doses in the fridge. Defeat regions (especially in the North)

The Region / Tuscany

“The new cases registered in Tuscany I’m 1.239 on 23,744 tests of which 15,140 molecular swabs and 8,604 rapid tests. The rate of new positives is 5.22% of the total swabs and 9.5% on the first diagnoses. “Governor Eugenio Giani announced this, anticipating the data of the daily bulletin. deaths are 23, 16 men and 7 women. Today, 15,140 molecular swabs and 8,604 rapid antigenic swabs were performed, of which 5.2% were positive. On the other hand, 13,025 subjects were tested today (with antigenic and / or molecular swab, excluding control swabs), of which 9.5% were positive. The currently positive are today 19,703, + 2.3% compared to yesterday. The hospitalized are 1,202 (10 more than yesterday), of which 173 in intensive care (2 more).

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In the Market have been identified in the past 24 hours 919 new cases, 32.6% compared to 2,816 swabs processed within the path for new diagnoses: since the beginning of the crisis this is the highest number of cases recorded. The previous day, the positives had been 759, 28.2% of the 2,690 tests performed. 206 new cases were identified in the province of Macerata, 437 in the province of Ancona, 117 in Pesaro-Urbino, 72 in Fermano, 61 in Piceno and 26 outside the region. These cases include 94 symptomatic subjects


The Veneto it comes close to 1,500 new cases in one day: the regional bulletin reports 1,487 new infections compared to yesterday. I’m 20 deaths, with the total at 9,911 since the start of the pandemic. The situation in hospitals is slightly increasing but without criticality. 1,202 patients are hospitalized in the ordinary wards. +8 compared to yesterday, and 156 beds are occupied in intensive care, with a new entrance. Governor Luca Zaia: “We have Rt of 1.12, it is a figure that is growing, we do not have significant rates in hospitalizations but the Rt from that 0.6 of the lowest point has now increased so I think it is likely to return to having turbulence in flight. The incidence is 151 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants “.

The other Regions

In Basilicata 124 positives and one death. In Molise 55 and two victims.

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