Rome, Ep. According to the latest data from the COVID-19 emergency watchdog, 135,586 cases of corona virus have been confirmed in Italy so far. According to the data, 17,127 people in the country have lost their lives with this deadly corona virus. Of these, 880 active infection cases were registered on Monday, after which, there are now a total of 94,067 active infection cases across the country. It was reported that the number corrected was more than the new active infections on a daily basis.
The head of the Department of Civil Protection, Angelo Borelli, asserted at a press conference, “The decrease in the trend of new infections is being confirmed and the number of 880s is the lowest (daily) we’ve seen since March 10.” Borelli, who works very hard during the COVID-19 emergency. He reported on Tuesday that there had been an increase of 3,039 cases in the last 24 hours, bringing the total cases to 135,586.
Of those who have tested positive so far, 28,718 have been admitted to general wards of the hospital, 3,792 are in intensive care units and the remaining 61,557 are placed in isolation in the home. Borelli also confirmed that the pressure on Italian hospitals is easing and especially in ‘intensive care units’, where we now have 106 fewer patients (compared to the previous day) by place.
It was reported that 604 people died in the last 24 hours. Talking about new deaths registered on a daily basis, 636 people died on Monday and 525 on Sunday. Giovanni Reza, director of the infectious diseases department at the National Health Institute (ISS), while addressing the press conference said, “We are now seeing a decrease in new cases.” He said that Borelli also praised the national health staff for their non-stop contribution to the fight against the corona virus. He said, ‘My thoughts are with the medical staff, who are doing their best to protect all of us.’
He said that my loving message to the relatives of the medical professionals killed in the fight against COVID-19. On February 21, some 26 nurses and 94 doctors were killed in the northern regions of Italy, according to data provided by the relevant professional institutions. The country’s Federation of Medical Associations ( Fnomceo ) said that some five physicians lost their lives in the last 24 hours.