In Italy, another 186,740 cases of coronavirus and 468 victims were recorded on 25 January. The total of cases is down 11.9% compared to 212,004 on the same day a week ago. The death toll is the highest in the fourth wave of cases, but there are numerous recounts at the local level. Of the 468 deaths recorded in the last 24 hours, 186 occurred in the previous days as reported by some regions (Sicily, Campania, Veneto, Umbria).
In detail, the Abruzzo region reports that 3 of the deaths reported today occurred in recent days. 1 positive case from the past few days was eliminated as a non-Covid patient. Campania notes that 18 of the deaths recorded today date back to a period between 14 September 2021 and 21 January 2022. The Region of Sicily also announces that the deaths reported today occurred, respectively, on 24 January (2 deaths) and January 23 (9 deaths), January 22 (14 deaths) and January 21 (8).
In the last 24 hours, 1,397,245 swabs were performed, for a positivity rate of approximately 13.36%, down by -6.6% compared to 14.3% a week ago. There are 1,694 intensive therapies, nine more than yesterday in the balance between income and expenses. The daily admissions are 130. The hospitalized with symptoms in the ordinary wards are 20,027, or 162 more than yesterday. All updated data on the Lab24 map.
Abruzzo, another 2,675 cases and 7 deaths
The death toll of Covid patients in Abruzzo rises to 2,765, with 7 new cases today, aged between 53 and 89 years. Of these, one death was registered in the province of breaking latest news, 2 in the province of Teramo, 2 in the province of L’Aquila, 2 date back to recent days and have only now been reported by the Local Health Authority. 288 recovered from the virus and 4,627 new Covid 19 positives since yesterday in the region, bringing the total from the beginning of the emergency to 197,797. Of the current positives, 3,617 were identified by rapid antigen testing.
The number of positive cases also includes 98,041 discharged and recovered. Currently the positives in Abruzzo are 96,991, from yesterday 4,330 more. 417 (2 less than yesterday) are hospitalized in the medical area; 38 (1 more than yesterday) in intensive care, while the other 96,536 (4,331 more than yesterday) are in home isolation with active surveillance by the ASL.