In the last week, the apparent crude mortality, at national level, is equal to 0.36, a slight decrease compared to the data of 18/10 (0.39 x 1,000). The highest data is recorded in Friuli-Venezia Giulia at 0.75 followed by Sicily at 0.70 and Lazio at 0.59.
Weekly positivity index
The indicator differs from the positivity index calculated on a daily basis, which instead evaluates the ratio between the new positive cases and the new swabs performed, and also includes the swabs performed for monitoring the clinical course and any attestation of resolution. of the infection. In particular, the index recorded a maximum value of 14.96% in Veneto and 13.85% in Emilia-Romagna. In Italy the test positivity index is equal to 6.30%: approximately 1 patient out of 16 new subjects tested is positive, an increase compared to the previous week.
Molecular swabs and antigenic swabs
The Region associated with a greater number of antigenic swabs made is the PA of Bolzano (96.60 per 1,000 inhabitants), while that associated with a greater number of molecular swabs made is Friuli-Venezia Giulia (19.25 per 1,000). inhabitants).
Nationally, the number of new molecular swabs per week is 9.77 per 1,000 inhabitants, while the number of new antigenic swabs is 37.81 per 1,000 inhabitants.
The average value recorded in the Italian context is equal to 0.27 x 100,000 inhab. an increase compared to the data of 18/10 (equal to 0.24). The regions that have shown more entries into the intensive care care setting during the last week are Umbria (0.69 x 100,000 inhab.), The PA Bolzano (0.56 x 100,000 inhab.) And Friuli-Venezia Giulia (0.50 x 100,000 inhab.).