Covid infections raise their heads. After two and a half months the value of the transmissibility index Rt rises above the epidemic threshold of the unit, which indicates a greater spread of the epidemic. The value of Rt, equal this week to 1.07 according to the weekly monitoring Iss-Ministry of Health, was in fact equal to 1.15 last April 8. Since that date it has always been equal to or less than unity.
No region is low risk, for 9 it is high
The monitoring also highlights that no Region and Autonomous Province (PA) are classified as low risk this week. Twelve Regions / PAs are classified at moderate risk, while 9 Regions / PAs are classified as high risk due to the presence of multiple resilience alerts; 2 of these are highly likely to progress.
Rt increase to 1.07 from 0.83 and incidence to 504 from 310
In the period 1 June – 14 June, the mean Rt calculated on symptomatic cases was equal to 1.07 (range 0.76-1.48), an increase compared to the previous week, when it was equal to 0.83 and above. the epidemic threshold. The weekly incidence at the national level also increases: 504 per 100,000 inhabitants (17/06/2022 -23/06/2022) against 310 per 100,000 inhabitants (10/06/2022 -16/06/2022).