The Veneto back in orange zone. Starting from Monday 8 March. The governor said so Luca Zaia, anticipating the ordinance of the Ministry of Health (which is based on monitoring Iss). However, this does not mean closed schools. At least for now, the Venetian schools will remain open.
Of course, it also weighs in Veneto the situation of infections: the last Coronavirus bulletin speaks of 3 thousand new ones contagion in the last 2 days.
Zaia’s announcement: Veneto in the orange zone
“We are orange zone, the minister confirmed it to me and I can tell ”. This was announced by the president of the Veneto Luca Zaia. “And the figure that ‘shoots’ us in orange – he added – is an example of the speed of the virus”.
Veneto orange area but schools open
The passage of the Veneto in Orange zone will not result in closures of schools, “But we will evaluate the parameters to the end”. He announced it again Zaia. “We have the Dpcm – he added – which binds to 250 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, however, opens an interpretative window to the Health Departments, which we wanted to adopt trying to find homogeneous areas. We have not yet decided – concluded Zaia – whether the dimension will be provincial or district “.
Coronavirus Bulletin Veneto 5 March: 3 thousand infections in 2 days
Another leap of 1,500 new ones contagion (exactly 1,505) in the bubblesttino Covid in Veneto. The regional bulletin also reports 25 deaths in the last 24 hours. In two days, the region registered nearly 3,000 more positives. The total number of infected since the beginning of the epidemic rises to 339,742, that of the dead to 9,936. In hospitals, 1,206 patients (+4) are hospitalized in ordinary wards, while in intensive care there are 153 (-3) beds occupied by Covid patients.
Zaia agrees with Hope on Astrazeneca vaccine
“Minister Speranza gave good news: we had invoked the possibility of evaluating vaccination for children over 65 con AstraZeneca, the minister has activated the measure “. This was stated by the president of Veneto Luca Zaia. “If this happens – he added – we will have one more chance to vaccinate a target that until now we could only vaccinate with Pfizer and Moderna”.
The Astrazeneca vaccine, until now, it had been forbidden to over 65 because the tests had given mixed results and it was not considered totally safe for the elderly.