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5,173 new positive and 155 deaths. In the city of Milan 517 Cases- Corriere.it



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In Lombardy, since the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic, they have tested positive Sars-CoV-19 386,958 persons (+ 5,173, of which 487 were poorly positive and 71 followed by serological tests; the positive cases reported yesterday were 381,785, and the increase the previous day was + 4886), according to data provided by Lombardy region. In general, they are 21,005 died people (+155, yesterday +186). THEY hospital admissions are 8,114 (-246, yesterday +29), in intensive care 942 (+10, yesterday -13), while the total number of healed and released at 227,924 (+ 15,749). I. tampons had 42,063 versus 31,033 yesterday; the total number of tampons rises to 3,904,809. There percentage of the positives in relation to the swabs performed by 12.2% (yesterday it was 15.7%, the day before yesterday 16%).

Good news today too: the positive trend is getting stronger. Thus, the president of the Lombardy region, Atilio Fontana, commented on the data on Facebook. In Lombardy, as many as 15,749 recovered with 246 people discharged from intensive care units. The positive ratio of over 42,000 swabs of 12%. The result of sacrifices and responsibilities that brings us closer to relaxing measures. We guard our guard. Always !, added Fontana.

Here is the national newsletter. This is an infection map of Italy, here is the updated case chart in the world. Here is Corriere’s special in which infectious diseases and experts explain the pandemic.

Data by province

Here is a map of the cases divided by province.
Bergamo 23,780 (+153)
Brescia 31,708 (+391)
How 24,906 (+376)
Cremona 11,962 (+119)
Lightly 10,049 (+149)
Lodi 8,252 (+125)
Monza and Brianza 39,836 (+369, yesterday +496)
Milan 137,760 (+2,261, yesterday +1,442)
– a city in Milan 57,981 (+517, yesterday +633)
Mantua 10,900 (+139)
Pavia 17,984 (+307)
Sondrio 5,753 (+177)
Varese 39,185 (+463, yesterday +1.011)

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