‘Sardinia Case’, from white to red area in a month
From white to red area in just one month. Sardinia changes color from Monday 12 April after being the first region to return to normal. It was 1 March Monday when he conquered the white field. In about twenty days it went to an orange finish, more or less a few days later, to truncate the coronovirus in the red zone. But what happened in these 40 days? The RT index has been traced by the ISS-Ministry of Health to ‘denounce’ Sardinia for further sanctions: it is equal to 1.54, the highest in Italy and above the threshold of 1.25 which is automatically in the red zone Leads to regions. The route in the Red Zone is caused by the zone’s RT index, which, even when “other parameters are good”, declared councilor for the health of the island, Mario Niddoo, saying he had been warned by the Minister of Health Hope. According to the April 9 bulletin, there are 380 new coronavirus infections in Sardinia. The table refers to another 4 deaths. In the last 24 hours, 7,955 more tests have been done. The positivity rate is 4.7%. There are currently 321 (+19), 50 (+1) in intensive care for hospitalized patients. There are 16,078 people in the isolation of the house, 138 more are healed. Of the 715 positive cases known overall, 12,227 (+87) were found in the Metropolitan City of Cagliari, in, 715 (+84) in southern Sardinia, 6,18 ((+1) in Oristano, 95282 (+104) in Nuro, 16,990 (+1 positive) 84) in Sasari. 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%. Patients admitted to intensive care have received 3,603 (-60), 192 new entries compared to the previous day. According to the ISS report, the national average RT contagion index is down 0.92 from 0.98 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.
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