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November 18 Bulletin: today’s coronavirus data in Italy

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After yesterday’s blaze, today there is a slight increase in infections, from 10,172 to 10,638, while the deaths are 69. The positivity rate drops by two decimal places to 1.7% but there are 17 more beds occupied in therapies intensive and 28 in the medical departments.

Infections in Piedmont fell from 618 to 566, where the positivity rate also dropped from 1.2 to 0.9%.

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The curve also flexes in Lombardy with 1,705 infections compared to yesterday’s 1,885 and the positivity rate which loses half a percentage point to position itself at 1.2%.

New peak of daily infections in Veneto, with 1,603 new positives at Sars-Cov-2 against 1,435 yesterday. The regional bulletin also reports 4 victims. The incidence of cases out of 117,123 swabs carried out yesterday (20,538 molecular and 96,585 rapid) is 1.36%, slightly down on the previous 24 hours. Currently positive patients increase by 980 to 18,628. The clinical situation was stable, with 351 (+2) hospitalizations in non-critical areas and 62, unchanged, in intensive care.
In Friuli Venezia Giulia the infections drop from 687 to 615, but the positivity rate rises from 7.8 to 8.6%.

Cases in the Autonomous Province of Bolzano still rise from 365 to 425, where the weekly incidence of cases per 100 thousand inhabitants is now 406.8 while the positivity rate has risen from 16.4 to 19.2%.

Emilia Romagna is approaching one thousand where today there are 929 infections compared to 756 yesterday, with 9 deaths and an incidence of 111.4.
In Tuscany cases decreased from 372 to 341 but with the positivity rate that gains one decimal and passes to 3.7%.
In Lazio there are 1,089 new positives, 145 more than yesterday with Rome at 513 and a positive rate of 2.4%.
Campania crosses the wall of a thousand infections, where there are 1,037 compared to 871 yesterday and the incidence is also approaching 100 with 99.5 cases.

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In the week from 10 to 16 November “net increase in viral circulation with hospital impact” at the moment contained “thanks to the vaccine”. Compared to the previous one, there is a 32.2% increase in new cases of Sars-Cov-2 infection (54.370 compared to 41.091), a 15.5% increase in hospitalizations of patients with Covid-19 who present with symptoms ( 3,970 compared to 3,436) and a 14.3% increase in intensive care (481 compared to 421). This is what the new independent monitoring of the Gimbe Foundation reveals.

From 10 to 16 November, the currently positive cases also continue to rise by 23.1% (123,396 compared to 100,205), by 23.5% people in home isolation (118,945 compared to 96,348), and deaths by 21.8% (there were 402, of which 28 referred to previous periods). “On the hospital front – says Renata Gili, Head of Research on Health Services at Gimbe – there is a further increase in the number of beds occupied by Covid patients: compared to the previous week, + 15.5% in the medical area and + 14.3% in therapy intensive “. In absolute terms, the number of Covid patients in the medical area increased from 2,371 on 16 October to 3,970 on 16 November (+ 67.4%) and that in intensive care from 338 on 25 October to 481 on 16 November (+42, 3%).
In all Regions, except Calabria and Umbria, there is a percentage increase in new cases, ranging from 0.7% in Puglia to 180% in Valle D’Aosta. In 7 Provinces there are over 150 cases per 100,000 inhabitants: Trieste, Bolzano, Gorizia, La Spezia, Forlì-Cesena, Padua and Vicenza.

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The alarm is raised in the North-East by the 74th episode of the Instant Report Covid-19 of the High School of Economics and Management of Health Systems of the Catholic University. According to a risk index that takes into account the share of new positives among the tested, the incidence of infection (number of new cases), the stress on intensive care, mortality and the proportion of the non-vaccinated population, in Italy there are currently 8 the Regions that are in a risk scenario, in the order Friuli-Venezia Giulia, PA Bolzano, Veneto, Val d’Aosta, Campania, Emilia-Romagna, Lazio, Liguria.

“By exploiting the main databases available, we have developed a Composite Epidemic Index that briefly represents five dimensions relating to the epidemic, says Professor Americo Cicchetti, ALTEMS director: the proportion of new cases among those tested, the incidence, the stress on therapies intensive, mortality and the proportion of the unvaccinated population. Each of these dimensions represents an element on which to pay particular attention in monitoring the epidemic, continues Cicchetti, and it is useful to have an index that allows them to be read together, the value of which should ideally tend to value 1. Friuli-Venezia Giulia , says Cicchetti, with a value of 11.16 is driven by the incidence, the proportion of new cases among the tested and mortality. The Bolzano PA with a value of 9.57 is driven by the incidence, the proportion of new cases among the tested, mortality and the proportion of the non-vaccinated population. Veneto, with a value of 7.73, is driven by the incidence and proportion of new cases among the tested. Val d’Aosta with a value of 7.14 is driven by the incidence, by the proportion of new cases among the tested, by mortality and by the proportion of the non-vaccinated population. Campania with a value of 6.53 is driven by the proportion of new cases among the tested. Emilia-Romagna with a value of 6.45 is driven by the incidence and proportion of new cases among the tested. Lazio with a value of 5.83 is driven by the incidence and proportion of new cases among the tested. Liguria with a value of 5.19 is driven by the incidence and proportion of new cases among the tested “.

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Friuli Venezia Giulia, Veneto and Marche in red, the Province of Bolzano in dark red and the rest of the Peninsula in yellow, with the sole exception of Sardinia in green. In the meantime, this is the new situation of Italy in the map of the incidence of Covid-19 infections updated by the European Center for the prevention and control of diseases. Cases are increasing in much of Central and Eastern Europe, with Ireland, Benelux and the Baltic countries highlighted in dark red. Western France begins to turn red, data from Spain are missing.

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