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Covid: the positives are still rising, they are 22,865. victims 339


There are 339,635 tests, the positivity rate rises to 6.7%. Surge of cases in Piedmont. Over one and a half million Italians vaccinated even with the second dose (ANSA)

There are 22,865 positive tests for coronavirus in the last 24 hours in Italy, according to data from the Ministry of Health.

Yesterday the positives were 20,884.

The victims are 339 compared to 347 yesterday.

There are 339,635 molecular and antigenic swabs for the coronavirus carried out in the last 24 hours in Italy, according to data from the Ministry of Health.

Yesterday there were 358,884.

The positivity rate is 6.7%, yesterday it was 5.8%, so today it increases by 0.9% percentage points.

There are 2,475 patients in intensive care for Covid-19 in Italy, an increase of 64 units in the daily balance between entries and exits.

The daily admissions to intensive care were 232. In the ordinary wards there are instead 20,157 people, an increase of 394 units compared to yesterday.

Spike in Covid cases in Piedmont.

The bulletin this afternoon of the Crisis Unit of the Region reports 2,167 infections, with a rate of 12% compared to the 17,984 diagnostic swabs processed (10,607 antigenic).

And the growth in the number of hospitalized patients continues: +7 in intensive care (188 in total), +31 in the other wards (2,171).

The dead are 26 (of which 6 relative to today).

The people in home isolation 16,785, the healed +915, the "currently positive" 19,144.

More than one and a half million vaccinated people in Italy have also received the second dose, the so-called 'booster'.

Specifically, these are 1,517,624 citizens who have been administered the first and second dose of the vaccine.

On the other hand, a total of 4,841,993 were administered, according to data from the Ministry of Health.

Source: ansa

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