In Piedmont, 84% of Covid patients in intensive care are not vaccinated


In Piedmont, 84% of Covid patients currently hospitalized in intensive care are not vaccinated. Of the 19 current hospitalizations in intensive care, in particular, 16 concern unvaccinated patients, 7 men and 9 women, while the other three are vaccinated patients, but with a serious clinical picture for previous pathologies – 2 men and 1 woman. Of the 154 admissions to ordinary therapy, however, 76 patients are not vaccinated.

118 new positives in Piedmont

The Crisis Unit of the Piedmont Region has communicated 118 new cases of people who tested positive for Covid-19 (of which 45 after antigen tests), equal to 0.5% of 23,423 swabs performed, of which 19,458 antigenic. Of the 118 new cases, 66 were asymptomatic (55.9%). There are 19 hospitalized in intensive care (-1 compared to yesterday). There are 154 hospitalized patients not in intensive care (-7 compared to yesterday). There are 3,186 people in home isolation.

Two deaths of people who tested positive for Covid-19, none of them today, were reported by the Crisis Unit of the Piedmont Region.

Almost 19 thousand people vaccinated in Piedmont

There are 18,999 people who received the Covid vaccine reported today to the Crisis Unit of the Piedmont Region (data at 6 pm). 6,413 received the second dose, 7,877 the third dose. Among the vaccinated today, in particular, there are 1,318 12-15 year olds, 2,600 16-29 year olds, 2,058 30 year olds, 2,006 40 year olds, 1,567 50 year olds, 606 60 year olds, 218 70 year olds, 806 extremely vulnerable and 6,687 over 80s .

Since the beginning of the campaign, 6,122,893 doses have been inoculated, of which 2,814,593 as second and 54,849 as third, corresponding to 85.4% of 7,172,750 currently available in Piedmont.


Source: by www.diariodelweb.it.

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