Orange zone for 6 regions, Sardinia turns red
Italy to prevent the spread of coronovirus by more restrictive rules and restrictions, with almost all the orange region, only 4 regions in the red zone. This is the new ‘map’ of the colors of the regions from 12 April. Campania, Puglia and Valle d’Osta are in the highest risk range. Sardinia is also in the red zone, which was in the white zone only a month ago. Instead, he ‘promoted’ in the Orange Zone Lombardy, Calabria, Emilia Romagna, Frulli Venezia Giulia, Piedmont and Tuscany. The color change of the regions, which came into effect from April 12, comes after data from the general weekly monitoring of the ISS and Ministry of Health on the progress of the coronavirus virus epidemic in Italy. The latest bulletin lists 18,938 new infections and 718 other deaths. The positivity index is 5.2%. Of the 192 new entries, 3,603 patients are admitted in intensive care (from -60 onwards). The “HOPE” conditions exist so much that, in a cross between the effects of the measures implemented and the acceleration of the vaccination campaign, conditions can be created for a path that will clearly have a gradual “reopening” and will receive great attention. Should be done. Taking precautions, options that could put us in the conditions of a safe restart “, Health Minister Roberto Spenernza opened the day stating that” we still have a complex context in which we have 3,600 in intensive care ” There are more beds than that. “” While we don’t have a huge grip on the effects of vaccination, it’s clear that some restrictive measures have to be imagined to continue with this transition period, “he said. According to the ISS MONITORING ISS report, the national average RT fingering index is down 0.92 from 0.92 last week. But “eight regions and autonomous provinces have a cult RT for more than one time: Basilicata, Campania, Liguria, Puglia, Sardinia, Sicily, Tuscany, Valle dehosta. A broadcast in two of these regions (Sardinia and Vale Deosta) Capability. Compatible with a Type 3 scenario “. The document underlines that there is a general risk reduction with four regions, Liguria, Puglia, Tuscany and Valle Deosta. The report states that “the autonomous province of Veneto and Bolzano has a low-risk classification”. There are fifteen autonomous regions / provinces that have “a moderate risk classification”: Abruzzo, Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Emilia Romagna, Frauili Venezia Giulia, Lazio, Lombardy, Marque, Mollies, Piedmont, Pa Trento, Sardinia, Sicily, Umbria. Four of these are classified “with a high probability of progression to high risk in the coming weeks”: Lombardy, Pa Trento, Sardinia, Sicily. The incidence of Kovid continues to decrease in Italy, equivalent to 185 new cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, compared to 232.7 the previous week, we are still learning. As for hospitalization and intensive care, “the number of regions and autonomous provinces that have employment rates in intensive care and in medical areas above the critical threshold remains high, compared to 14 in the previous week. 15 regions ICU nationwide significant Is above the threshold. (41%) ”.
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