15,267 new cases and 354 deaths – time.news

I’m 15.267 i new cases of coronavirus in Italy (yesterday they were +21,315, here the bulletin). It goes up like this at least 3.238.394 the number of people who have contracted the SARS-CoV-2 virus (including recovered and died) since the outbreak began. THE deaths today I’m 354 (yesterday they were +264), for a total of 102,499 victims from February 2020. People recovered or discharged they are altogether 2.605.538 e 15.807 those that came out of the Covid nightmare today (+9,835 yesterday). The positive current – the subjects who have the virus – turn out to be in everything 530.357, equal to -909 compared to yesterday (+11.205 the day before). There decline in current positives today – with the minus sign in front – depends on the fact that the healed, added to the deaths, are greater in number than in the new cases.

The swabs and the scenario

I total swabs (molecular and antigenic) were 179.015, or 94,951 less than yesterday when it was 273,966. While the rate of positivity 8,5% (the approximation of 8.528%): it means that out of 100 swabs performed more than 8 were positive; yesterday it was 7.8%. Here is the map of the contagion in Italy.

Less infections in 24 hours than yesterday. The decrease in new infections is observed every Monday due to the lower number of swabs (today the weekly minimum of analyzes processed is recorded). To worry about the rising case / test ratio (it happens with fewer tests because you are probably looking for a more targeted way), reaching 8.5% from 7.8% on Sunday: This is the highest percentage since the rapid tests and were introduced on January 15th for the first time above 8%. From the comparison with last Monday, the new cases were +13,902 with a positive rate of 7.5%, we see that the scenario is getting worse. We are probably close to the peak, but there is already a deceleration in the growth of infections, said Franco Locatelli, president of the Superior Health Council (Css), who predicts a more favorable epidemiological situation after Easter. What was decided with the decree by the government will serve to cool the curve – explained Locatelli a Sky Tg24 -, both in terms of Rt and of cumulative incidence compared to 100 thousand inhabitants.

L’Emilia Romagna the region most affected by the number of new cases (+2,822 positive) and exceeds 300,000 infected since the beginning of the emergency. Follows the Lombardy (+2,185, here the bulletin) who carried out 21,605 swabs, which is the highest number of regional tests of the day. Above one thousand there are: Campania (+1.823), Piedmont (+1.742), Lazio (+1.536) e Tuscany (+1.106). All other regions report a two- or three-digit increase.

The victims

The death toll grows in 24 hours. it is probable that past deaths occurred over the weekend and not communicated in time are included in the data. There are three regions with zero bereavement – Basilicata, Valle d’Aosta and the Autonomous Province of Bolzano – while the highest number of deaths in Lombardy (+79 deaths), Emilia Romagna (+61), Campania (+35, of which 17 died in the last 48 hours and 18 in the past) e Puglia (+34).

The health system

The pressure on hospitals continues to increase. The beds occupied in ordinary Covid wards I’m +820 (yesterday +365), for a total of 25,338 hospitalized. I beds occupied in intensive care (ICU) I’m +75 (yesterday +100), bringing the total of more seriously ill a 3.157. The change in the number of beds occupied, in critical and non-critical areas, indicates the balance between patients who left and those who entered in the last 24 hours. In fact, i new entrants to TI I’m +243 (yesterday +243). The highest number of people in intensive care in Lombardy (+38), Puglia (+38), Emilia-Romagna (+29) and Lazio (+26).

According to data from Agenas (Agency for health services), resuscitations employed at national level are 34% of those available with the data updated to yesterday, beyond the alarm threshold of 30% since 9 March. Twelve regions exceeding the critical level: Umbria (57%), Marche (56%), Autonomous Province of Trento (52%), Lombardy (50%), Emilia Romagna (48%), Molise (46%), Abruzzo and Piedmont (43%), Tuscany (39%), Friuli Venezia Giulia (38%), Autonomous Province of Bolzano (33%) and Puglia (31%). Lazio, on the other hand, is positioned on the threshold of 30%.

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The vaccine doses administered are over 6.7 million. More than 2 million citizens have received the second dose. Here the map updated every evening and here the real-time data of the anti Covid-19 vaccines report on the government website.

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The cases region by region

The data provided below, and broken down by region, is that of 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.

Lombardy 669.223: +2.185 cases (yesterday +4.334) with 21.605 swabs
Veneto 355.155: + 841 * cases (yesterday +1.587) with 11.733 swabs
Campania 305.445: +1.823 cases (yesterday +2.449) with 12.652 swabs
Emilia Romagna 302.148: + 2.822 ** cases (yesterday +3.023) with 15.767 swabs
Piedmont 275,221: +1,742 cases (yesterday +1,530) with 14,163 swabs
Lazio 257.332: +1.536 cases (yesterday +1.812) with 18.140 swabs
Tuscany 174,088: +1,106 cases (yesterday +1,305) with 12,710 swabs
Puglia 166,273: +715 cases (yesterday +1,542) with 4,707 swabs
Sicily 161,330: +523 cases (yesterday +613) with 21,455 swabs
Friuli Venezia Giulia 86,545: +398 cases (yesterday +604) with 3,658 swabs
Liguria 82,886: +242 cases (yesterday +321) with 3,358 swabs
Market 78,590: +415 cases (yesterday +616) with 2,653 swabs
Abruzzo 60,416: +329 *** cases (yesterday +323) with 7,922 swabs
P. A. Bolzano 56,353: +13 **** cases (yesterday +103) with 2,983 swabs
Umbria 48,043: +66 cases (yesterday +270) with 956 swabs
Sardinia 42,553: +74 cases (yesterday +118) with 20,488 swabs
Calabria 41,398: +213 cases (yesterday +300) with 1,822 swabs
P. A. Trento 37,894: +104 cases (yesterday +273) with 1,247 swabs
Basilicata 17,516: +67 cases (yesterday +106) with 675 swabs
Molise 11,644: +17 cases (yesterday +52) with 171 swabs
Valle d’Aosta 8,341: +36 cases (yesterday +34) with 150 swabs

Deaths region by region

The figure 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 29,299: +79 deaths (yesterday +61)
Veneto 10.116: +10 deaths (yesterday +8)
Campania 4,719: +35 deaths (yesterday +29)
Emilia Romagna 11,137: +61 deaths (yesterday +51)
Piedmont 9,682: +19 deaths (yesterday +3)
Lazio 6.203: +20 deaths (yesterday +10)
Tuscany 4,952: +11 deaths (yesterday +19)
Puglia 4,303: +34 deaths (yesterday +9)
Sicily 4,358: +14 deaths (yesterday +13)
Friuli Venezia Giulia 3,027: ​​+17 deaths (yesterday +10)
Liguria 3,749: +13 deaths (yesterday +8)
Market 2,411: +11 deaths (yesterday +16)
Abruzzo 1,911: +10 deaths (yesterday +7)
P. A. Bolzano 1.082: no new deaths (yesterday +3)
Umbria 1,161: +9 deaths (yesterday +5)
Sardinia 1,197: +2 deaths (no new deaths yesterday)
Calabria 736: +4 deaths (yesterday +8)
P. A. Trento 1,241: +4 deaths (yesterday +1)
Basilicata 387: no new deaths (yesterday +1)
Molise 400: +1 death (yesterday +2)
Valle d’Aosta 417: no new deaths for the seventh day in a row

* Veneto announces that 5 cases have been subtracted from those confirmed with antigen test as they tested positive for the molecular test.

** Emilia-Romagna announces that 13 cases, positive to antigen test but not confirmed by molecular swab, have been eliminated.

*** Abruzzo reports that a duplicate case was subtracted from the total of positives.

**** The Public Administration of Bolzano announces that from the total of positives one case has been eliminated, positive in the antigen test but not confirmed by molecular test.

March 15, 2021 (change March 15, 2021 | 18:55)

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