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Coronavirus Italy: 59,138 cases and 5,476 deaths. Infections (3,957) and victims (651) are down

Coronavirus Italy

Since the outbreak of Coronavirus started hunting every countries, Italy suddenly affected by the COVID-19 a lot and every day increasing new cases of infected and death number are increasing day by day.

The Civil Protection issued the bulletin related to coronavirus cases in  Italy, at 5 pm on March 22nd. A total of 59,138 people have been infected since the beginning of the epidemic, of which 7,024 have recovered and 5,476 have died. At this time, 46,638 people are positive for coronavirus in Italy. Compared to yesterday, the number of infections increased by 3,957; the healed have grown by 952 units; 651 dead. 3,009 ICU patients. There are 23,783 out of 46,638 people in home isolation.

The data region by region.

From the data of the Civil Protection it emerges that 17.885 are sick in Lombardy (515 more than yesterday), 6390 in Emilia-Romagna (+729 yesterday), 4644 in Veneto (+430), 4127 in Piedmont (+621), 2231 in the Marche (+234), 2144 in Tuscany (+239), 1351 in Liguria (+192), 1272 in Lazio (+186), 866 in Campania (+73), 738 in Friuli Venezia Giulia (+72), 885 in Trentino (+95), 648 in the province of Bolzano (+48), 748 in Puglia (+106), 596 in Sicily (+138), 539 in Abruzzo (+45), 500 in Umbria (+53), 354 Valle d’Aosta (+50), 337 in Sardinia (+6), 260 Calabria (+35), 52 in Molise (+5), 81 in Basilicata (+15). As for the victims, there are: 3456 in Lombardy (+361), 816 in Emilia-Romagna (+101), 169 in Veneto (+23), 283 in Piedmont (+45), 184 in the Marche (+30), 91 in Tuscany (+21), 171 in Liguria (+19), 29 in Campania (+7), 53 Lazio (+3), 47 in Friuli Venezia Giulia (+5), 31 in Puglia (+2), 23 in the province of Bolzano (+3), 8 in Sicily (+2), 33 in Abruzzo (+11), 16 in Umbria (+6 ), 9 in Valle d’Aosta (+1), 35 in Trentino (+7), 8 in Calabria (+3), 7 in Sardinia (+3), 7 in Molise (+0). The total swabs are 258,402, of which 155 over thousand in Lombardy, Emilia-Romagna and Veneto.

Intensive care patients . There are 3,009 patients hospitalized in intensive care, 142 more than yesterday. Of these, 1,142 are in Lombardy. Of the 46,638 patients overall, 19,846 are then hospitalized with symptoms and 23,783 are those in home isolation. The data was made known by the head of the Civil Protection Department, Angelo Borrelli.

Borrelli: don’t let your guard down . «Today’s numbers are lower than yesterday’s, I hope these numbers can be confirmed. We must not let our guard down, keep the measures taken and also respect the indications of the government’s provision ». The emergency commissioner Angelo Borrelli said it during the press conference at the Civil Protection.

Locatelli: tangible signs of decline . “We don’t want to get caught up in easy enthusiasm or overestimate a trend but it is a signal that comes to what is beginning to approach as a temporal distance from which we expect to see tangible signs of containment measures taken”. Franco Locatelli, president of the Superior Health Council, said it during the Civil Protection press conference. “It is essential to keep stringent measures to contain subjects who have tested positive for coronavirus as much as possible in family settings. It is another sacrifice that is asked of the country but it is important. Otherwise we risk perpetuating the virus spreading mechanism ». This was said by Franco Locatelli, president of the Superior Health Council during the press conference on Civil Protection. And he added: “It is an appeal to the sense of responsibility of all the relatives of positive patients.”

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