The number of hospitalized for Covid exceeds the threshold of 80 patients. The virus takes another victim, an 84-year-old from Giulianova. The new cases, after yesterday’s half respite, return to rise to 92. But to compensate for this sequence of negative news, 120 more healed in the last 24 hours are recorded. This, in summary, is the recent picture of the epidemic in Abruzzo. Among the 92 infected people discovered yesterday in the region, the youngest is a 3-year-old child from the province of Chieti, while the oldest is a 96-year-old woman from Aquila. The increases at the provincial level see Teramo once again in first place with 42 more positives, followed by L’Aquila with 25 cases – of which almost half were discovered in L’Aquila -, then the Pescarese with 17 infected and finally the province of Chieti with 14 cases. The municipality that has registered the highest number of recent infections is L’Aquila, has 10. 2,419 molecular swabs and 5,076 antigenic tests were performed: the ratio between infected and molecular tests stood at 3.80 percent: over two points more than 1.37 percent two days ago. The new victim, the 84-year-old from Giulio, who follows the unvaccinated 80-year-old from Pacentro of two days ago but inserted only yesterday in the official bulletin of the Abruzzo Region, it appears to have had previous diseases towards which nothing could do the vaccine against Covid.
In Abruzzo, the total number of deaths since the beginning of the pandemic has therefore risen to 2,522. Instead, he reassures the number of healed, 120 in the last 24 hours, which increase the number of those who, since March 2020, managed to defeat the virus to 73,670. There are 21 cases that are currently positive: 2,232.
Of these, 81 are in hospital: 68 (plus three compared to two days ago) hospitalized in the medical area, 13 in intensive care (in this case there was a discharge and a new hospitalization, the balance leaves the number unchanged) and 2,251 (minus 24) in home isolation with mild or asymptomatic symptoms thanks to vaccination.