Italy reports its fifth week of drop in earnings due to Covid  19

Italy reports its fifth week of drop in earnings due to Covid 19

The Fiaso report, published this Wednesday on the official website of this organization and corresponding to data from January 17, indicates that hospital admissions for this disease have fallen by 19.0 percent in the last seven days, a lot greater reduction than 9.0 percentage points registered in the previous period.

In regular hospital wards, the decline was 17.0 percentage points, but it was more pronounced in the intensive care unit, where the number of patients fell by 44.4 percent over the period compared to those reported in the previous report, the analysis adds.

A fifth of the people admitted to these last rooms due to their severity are not vaccinated and their average age is 66 years, while in 80.0 percent of the cases they were vaccinated more than 6 months ago, indicates the part of the fiasos

For its part, the Gimbe Foundation for Health Studies, in its latest report, pointed out that in the last week analyzed, the number of Covid-19 cases in Italy had fallen by 38.2 percent, with only 84,060 infected, compared to 135,000 reported in the had been registered seven days previously.

Between January 6 and 12, a total of 576 people died as a result of Covid-19, 25.7 percent fewer than the 775 reported the previous week, added Nino Cartabellotta, president of this body, who stressed that there were also positive ones cases are decreasing.

The latter currently stands at 353,643, down 52,539 from those reported in the previous part, down 12.9 percent.

346,912 people are in home isolation, down from 51,235, while 6,421 are hospitalized with symptoms, 1,295 fewer, down 16.8 percentage points, although in ICU they only fell from 319 to 310 incomes, which corresponds to an increase of 2.8 percent.

Cartabellotta reported that new cases are falling in all regions, from a 10.9 percent drop in the autonomous province of Bolzano to 50.3 percentage points in Liguria, and in no province in the country does the incidence currently exceed 500 cases per 100,000 people.

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