There are 452 new coronavirus infections in Emilia Romagna according to data from today’s bulletin, May 16. Since yesterday there have been 7 deaths. In the last 24 hours, 14,163 swabs were processed, the positivity index is 3.1%. The contagion situation in the provinces sees Bologna with 92 new cases and Modena (88); then Parma (69) and Reggio Emilia (50), then Rimini (46), Ravenna (23) and Ferrara (21). Followed by Forlì (19), Cesena (19) and Piacenza (19) and finally the Imolese district (6). As for the total people healed, they are 1,730 more than yesterday and reach 343,060. The active cases, that is the actual patients, to date are 23,429 (-1,285 compared to yesterday). Of these, people in isolation at home, i.e. those with mild symptoms that do not require hospital treatment or are symptom-free, are a total of 22,230 (-1,267), 94.8% of the total number of active cases. at the beginning of the epidemic there were 13,088 deaths in the region. There are 157 patients admitted to intensive care (-3 compared to yesterday), 1,042 those in the other Covid departments (-15). In the area, patients admitted to intensive care are distributed as follows: 7 in Piacenza (unchanged compared to yesterday), 14 in Parma (-2), 20 in Reggio Emilia (-1), 23 in Modena (unchanged), 48 in Bologna (+1), 7 in Imola (+1), 13 in Ferrara (unchanged), 8 in Ravenna (unchanged), 4 in Forlì (-1), 3 in Cesena (-1) and 10 in Rimini (unchanged). Meanwhile, the anti Covid vaccination campaign continues. From tomorrow, in Emilia-Romagna 40-49 year olds, i.e. those born between 1972 and 1981 inclusive, will be able to register online for the administration of the anti Covid vaccine by connecting to the website of the Region http: //salute.regione.emilia-romagna. it / candidature-vaccination. The same is available for the 50-54 age group (those born from 1967 to 1971 inclusive), for which naturally applications remain open. At 2 pm a total of 2,153,620 doses were administered; out of the total, 714,109 are second doses, ie people who have completed the vaccination cycle.