Coronavirus Italy : 602 dead in 24 hours, the number of people in intensive care continues to decrease

3,186 people are in intensive care in Italy, a decrease for the eleventh consecutive day.

Coronavirus Italy , the number of daily deaths is rising again in Italy. According to a last report communicated by the Italian civil protection on Tuesday, 602 people have died from the Coronavirus in the last 24 hours, that’s 36 more than Monday (566). 21,067 deaths linked to the new Covid-19 have been recorded in Italy since the start of the pandemic. Good news, however: 3,186 people are in intensive care, 74 less compared to Monday. A figure that remains significant but is down for the eleventh consecutive day. 37,130 people have also been cured out of the hospital since the start of the pandemic, that’s 1,695 more than the day before.

Finally, Italy has 675 new Coronavirus cases in 24 hours for a total of 104,291 cases currently identified. According to Italian Civil Protection, a total of 162,488 people have contracted the new Covid-19.

29 doctors die from Coronavirus in Italy

(After the registration of 4 new cases, Wednesday)

The National Federation of Doctors of Italy said in a statement that: “4 doctors died Wednesday as a result of their contamination by the Coronavirus, bringing to 29 the total number of deaths related to the virus among doctors”, according to l Italian news agency ANSA.

He added that around 5,000 workers in the Italian medical sector are infected with the virus.

Wednesday evening, Italy registered more than 74 386 positive cases with the coronavirus with 7503 deaths. The latest assessment of coronavirus victims worldwide reports more than 445,000 positive cases, of which more than 19,000 have died, while more than 112,000 people have recovered.

The spread of the virus has forced many countries to close their borders, suspend air and sea links, impose curfews, disrupt studies, cancel several events, prevent public gatherings and close mosques and places of worship.

David T

David T is a french Medical student, during its free time, he is writing for The Medical Progress and helping us to understand better the Coronavirus.

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