Covid today Italy, Civil Protection bulletin and regions: data 2 July

The Covid Italia bulletin of today, 2 July 2021, with data and news from the Civil Protection and region by region on infections, hospitalizations, deaths. The numbers from Lombardy and Lazio, Veneto and Campania, Sardinia and Piedmont, Sicily and Puglia and the news from big cities like Rome, Milan and Naples. Regional data: MARCHES There are 28 new coronavirus infections in the Marche according to today’s bulletin, July 2. 847 in the path healed (a positive ratio tested of 3.0%). The positives in the new diagnosis path are 28 (1 in the province of Macerata, 0 in the province of Ancona, 5 in the province of Pesaro-Urbino, 2 in the province of Fermo, 18 in the province of Ascoli Piceno and 2 outside the region) ” the Region. ” These cases include symptomatic subjects (6 cases detected), contacts in the home setting (7 cases detected), close contacts of positive cases (7 cases detected), contacts in the workplace setting (1 cases detected), contacts in the environment life / social life (4 cases detected), contacts in the care setting (0 cases detected), Contacts involving students of all levels of education (0 cases detected), health care pathway screening (0 cases detected), contacts from outside the region (1 cases detected) and 2 cases are in the epidemiological investigation phase. In the Screening path a total of 317 antigenic tests carried out and 4 subjects detected positive (to be subjected to the molecular swab) a positive / tested ratio of 1%. ” TUSCANY There are 58 coronavirus infections in Tuscany today, 2 July, according to data from the bulletin of the region anticipated by the governor Eugenio Giani. “The new cases registered in Tuscany are 58 out of 12,519 tests of which 4,785 molecular swabs and 7,734 rapid tests. The rate of new positives is 0.46% (1.4% on the first diagnoses)”, writes Giani, adding that vaccines currently administered are 3,105,938.

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