There are 471 new Coronavirus infections in Lazio according to today’s bulletin, May 21. The table refers to another 11 deaths. There were 29,659 tests between molecular and antigenic. The healed have been 1,671 since yesterday. Employment in intensive care units decreased by 5. “The ratio between positives and swabs is 3.3%, but if we also consider the antigenic the percentage drops to 1.5%, the cases in Rome city are at 258. The risk level drops to ‘low'” says the ‘Lazio Regional Health Councilor Alessio D’Amato. In the ASL Roma 1 “there are 79 cases in the last 24 hours” and 2 deaths. The same number of deaths also in Asl Roma 2, where there are 125 cases. In Asl Roma 3 there are 54 cases and one death, while in Asl Roma 4 there are only 14 cases and no deaths. In the ASL Roma 5 there are 42 new cases in the last 24 hours and two deaths. In the Asl Roma 6 33 cases and one death. “In the ASL of Viterbo there are 15 new cases and they are isolated cases at home or with family link or contact of an already known case. 1 death is recorded. In the ASL of Rieti there are 4 new cases and they are isolated cases at home or with a family link or contact of an already known case. There are zero deaths “says Councilor D’Amato. VaccinazioniNel Lazio” the administration of the first doses exceeded 40% of the target population “. “Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 May, second AstraZeneca open day over 40 edition only with virtual ticket on the ‘ufirst’ App at 30 vaccination hubs throughout Lazio”, recalls the commissioner. In Lazio “from Monday 24 May it will be possible to book the J&J vaccine in pharmacies on the regional Health Lazio portal. You can access the chosen pharmacy by booking”. The numbers of Lazio There are 28,927 currently positive for Covid-19 in Lazio, of which 1,323 hospitalized, 205 in intensive care and 27,399 in home isolation. Since the beginning of the epidemic, 301,704 have been healed, 8,074 have died out of a total of 338,705 cases examined.
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