Covid-19: Italy registers 51 deaths and 2,275 infections in the last 24 hours


Italy has registered 51 deaths in the last 24 hours and 2,275 cases of covid-19 infection, accounting for a total of 126,523 deaths, according to data released today by the Italian Ministry of Health.

According to the Efe agency, which cites data from the Italian Government, the total number of infections in the country since the beginning of the pandemic (February 2020) is 4,232,428.

The number of inpatients in intensive care units this Sunday is 774, 14 less than on Saturday, and the number of users in the ward is 5,000.

However, the vaccination campaign against covid-19 advances in the country, having already administered more than 37 million doses and having already 12.9 million people completed the process (2 doses), which represents 23.89% of the population over 12 years of age vaccinated.

Last week, health authorities across the country administered an average of 500,000 doses per day and on Thursday 550,000 people were inoculated.

Since that day, the Italian regions have the freedom, if they so choose, to administer vaccines to the entire population, without dividing by age groups and from 12 years of age, to give a boost to the vaccination campaign and prepare for the new year school.

From Monday seven Italian regions will be in the so-called “white zone”, where there is no curfew and will be able to open facilities such as indoor swimming pools or recreational rooms.

On the other hand, the rest of the country will remain in the “yellow zone”, where from Monday there will be curfew between 00:00 and 05:00 and shopping centers will not be open on weekends.

The health authorities hope that as of June 21, the entire country will be in the “white zone”, except for the Aosta Valley, which, due to the number of infected, is expected to be able to do so a week later, June 28th.

A pandemic of covid-19 caused at least 3,723,381 deaths worldwide, resulting from more than 172 million cases of infection, according to a balance made by the French agency AFP.

The disease is transmitted by the new SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, detected in late 2019 in Wuhan, a city in central China.


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