1,425 new cases and 1,478 recovered


There are 1,425 new cases of people who tested positive for Covid-19, 10% of the 13,545 swabs performed. The asymptomatic are 550 (38.6%). This was announced by the Regional Crisis Unit, which also reports 28 deaths, six of which occurred today, and 1,478 recovered. Compared to yesterday’s decline, hospitalizations are increasing again: those in intensive care are stable, at 370 (+1), those in the other departments are 3,837 (+18). In isolation 29,748 Piedmontese. The currently positive are 33955. Since the beginning of the pandemic, therefore, Piedmont has recorded 321,386 positives and 10,450 deaths, while the recovered are 276,981.

Vaccines: 10,126 Piedmontese immunized on Easter day

There are 10,126 people who received the Covid vaccine in Piedmont on Easter Sunday. 2,903 were given the second dose. The over 80s are 4,704, 2,183 are in their seventies, 352 of whom vaccinated by their family doctors. Since the beginning of the campaign, the Regional Crisis Unit informs, 880,456 doses have therefore been inoculated, of which 321,956 as the second, corresponding to 79.1% of 1,113,080 currently available for Piedmont. The percentage is lower than yesterday because it includes the loading of the new 90,500 doses of AstraZeneca.

Cirio: “We look forward to a regular April supply”

“We are ready to run even faster, but to do that we need vaccines. After the delays in deliveries in recent days, we hope that the supplies in April will be guaranteed regularity ». With a post on Facebook, the president of the Piedmont Region, Alberto Cirio, who today visited the Bene Vagienna vaccination center (Cuneo) wished it. “One of our 140 vaccination points – observes Cirio – which will soon be joined by another 50 centers with the support of the private system”.

Nosiglia: “Pandemic opportunity to see true life values”

“The Lord walks with us and gives us a different interpretation of what happens to us. Like this pandemic, a tragic and negative fact, but we must also see it as an opportunity to be more attentive to the fundamental values ​​of life, to which perhaps we were not so attentive because we had them available without effort and commitment, and also to solidarity towards who is in more difficulty than us “. These are the words of the Archbishop of Turin, Monsignor Cesare Nosiglia, in the homily of the Easter Mass celebrated in the courtyard of the public houses of the 5th District together with the parish priest of the parish of San Giuseppe Cafasso, Don Angelo Zucchi. About 200 people took part in the Mass, in compliance with anti Covid regulations, some sitting in the courtyard, others overlooking the balconies.

Referring to the words of the Gospel, Monsignor Nosiglia observes that “at times in the situation we are experiencing we are tempted to say ‘I can no longer count on the Lord, but only on my strengths, which are however weak and unequal with respect to difficulties’. But the Lord does not abandon us. And I hope that this Mass is also a sign of that hope that we want to give to the whole city and tell everyone that we can overcome our difficulties when we get together and help each other, without holding anyone back. – we must feel involved and co-responsible for each other ».


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