The bulletin with the covid numbers in Italy today, Thursday 25 November. After the launch of the Super green pass, with the measures in force since 6 December, here are the data and news of the Civil Protection and the Ministry of Health – region by region – on coronavirus infections, hospitalizations and deaths. The numbers from Lombardy and Lazio, Piedmont and Veneto, Tuscany and Campania, Puglia and Sicily. The bulletin of big cities such as Rome, Milan and Naples, while discussing the hypothesis of granting more freedom to vaccinated people in case of passage in the orange zone, with greater restrictions only for no vax. VENETO Contagions are still growing in Veneto where today, according to the bulletin of 25 November, 2,066 cases have been registered, against the carrying out of 24,888 molecular swabs and 97,550 antigenic ones. This was reported by the bulletin with the Covid data of the Region. The total of positives since the beginning of the pandemic therefore rises to 507,300, while the currently positives are 25,026. 8 people have died in the last 24 hours due to the coronavirus, the total number of victims rises to 11,930. Admissions in non-critical areas are increasing, with 449 patients rising, compared to 431 yesterday, with an increase of 18 beds; admissions to intensive care units are also increasing, passing from 78 patients yesterday to 85 today, with an increase of 7 beds. The number of major infections is recorded in Treviso, with 487 new cases, followed by Venice with 408, Padua with 402, Vicenza with 338 and Verona with 247. Lower numbers in Rovigo, where however it is close to one hundred, with 95 new positives, and Belluno, with 54 TUSCANY 610 new coronavirus infections were registered in Tuscany today, 25 November, out of 35,129 tests, of which 10,443 molecular swabs and 24,686 rapid tests. This was announced by the president of the Region Eugenio Giani anticipating the numbers of the covid bulletin of the Region. Today’s data certifies a surge in infections: yesterday, in fact, there were 391 new cases compared to 28,195 tests. The rate of new positives rose from 1.39% (4.7% on the first diagnoses) yesterday to 1.74% (5.9% on the first diagnoses).