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Covid, 83,555 infections, 69 victims. Rate at 11.6% – Healthcare

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Covid, 83,555 infections, 69 victims.  Rate at 11.6% – Healthcare

There are 83,555 new infections from Covid recorded in the last 24 hours, according to data from the Ministry of Health. Yesterday there were 24,747. The victims are 69, a slight increase compared to 63 yesterday. A total of 717,400 swabs were performed, including antigenic and molecular, with the positivity rate of 11.6%, a sharp decline compared to 24.5% yesterday. On the other hand, 237 patients are hospitalized in intensive care, 3 more than yesterday. Daily admissions are 40. There are 6,035 hospitalized in ordinary wards, or 162 more than yesterday.

After more than three weeks of stability, the percentage of intensive care places occupied by patients with Covid-19 rises by one percentage point over 24 in Italy, returning to 3%, the same value that marked exactly one year ago. when, however, these days there was a much less contagious variant. This is what emerges from the data of the National Agency for Regional Health Services (Agenas) of June 27, 2022, published today.

The percentage, at national and regional level, however, remains well below the alert level. In detail, based on daily monitoring, the occupation of places in intensive care by patients with Covid-19 grows in Pa Bolzano (2%) and Piedmont (2%) while decreasing in Lazio (6%) and Molise (3%). Instead, it is stable in 15 regions or autonomous provinces: Abruzzo (2%), Basilicata (1%), Calabria (3%), Campania (4%), Emilia Romagna (3%), Friuli Venezia Giulia (5%) , Liguria (2%), Lombardy (1%), Marche (1%), Puglia (2%), Sardinia (3%), Sicily (3%), Tuscany (2%), Umbria (2%) and Veneto (2%). In Pa Trento (0%) and Valle d’Aosta (0%) the variation is not available.

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