Bologna, 6 March 2022 – Stop the epidemic from COVID-19 in Italy and in Emilia Romagna, not yet enough, however, to guarantee the passage of our in white area. Postponed again, probably to March 14th.
They remain around 2,000 the new cases of Coronavirus in Emilia Romagna: today 2,089 (yesterday 2,056) detected from the analysis of 13,388 swabs, with a 15% positivity rate. The victimsinstead, they are 4.
Patients from Emilia Romagna hospitalized in intensive therapies are 68 (number unchanged from yesterday), the average age is 64. As for patients admitted to other Covid wards, they are 1.177 (+10 compared to yesterday, + 0.9%), average age 74.5 years.
Covid infections in Emilia Romagna: data of 6 March 2022
The Emilian from Romagna healed I’m 2,491 more than yesterday and reach an altitude of 1,153,802.
THE active cases of infection, i.e. i actual patientsI’m 28,888 (-406). 95.7% of active cases are in isolation at home, with no symptoms or with mild symptoms.
As for the progress of the pandemic, Walter Ricciardi, advisor to the Minister of Health Roberto Speranza, observes: “We need to have foresight because the real goal is to prevent the virus from leave again in October “.
Coronavirus in Italy: today’s data
Yesterday was 39.963 the new cases of positivity to Covid-19 (Friday 38,095) and 173 deaths (Friday 210) recorded in Italy in the last 24 hours. The update of the Ministry of Health, as soon as they are available, we will report the new data here.
Veneto Bulletin – Coronavirus in the Marche – Covid data in Tuscany
Contagions in Emilia Romagna
Since the beginning of the Coronavirus epidemic, they have been registered in Emilia-Romagna 1,198,689 positive cases, 2,089 more than yesterday, out of a total of 13,388 swabs performed in the last 24 hours, of which 6,400 molecular and 6,988 rapid antigen tests.
Overall, the percentage of new positives out of the number of tampons made is 15%.
The average age of new positives today is 42.4 years.
The contagion map sees Bologna with 379 new cases (out of a total of 245,611 since the beginning of the epidemic) plus the Imola district (60 of 37,162), followed by Modena (263 out of 185,954); then Reggio Emilia (259 out of 132,057), Ravenna (244 out of 110,439), and Ferrara (180 out of 82,042), then Parma (175 out of 97,862), Rimini (171 out of 118,281), the area of Cesena (155 out of 67,687), Piacenza (110 out of 64,924) and finally the area of Forlì (93 out of 56,670).
Covid deaths in Emilia Romagna
The today’s bulletin records 4 deaths from Emilia Romagna linked to the pandemic:
2 in the province of Parma (an 82-year-old man and an 87-year-old woman)
1 in the province of Reggio Emilia (a 92-year-old woman)
1 in the province of Ravenna (a 71-year-old man).
There are no deaths in Piacenza, Modena, Bologna, Ferrara, Forlì Cesena, Rimini and in the Imola district.
In total, since the beginning of the epidemic, deaths in the region have been stati 15,999.
New drugs to treat Covid
The hundreds of studies related to the COVID-19 could lead to the development of many new drugs, some of which are also intended for the treatment of milder infections. This is the perspective outlined in an in-depth analysis of the magazine Nature, which retrace the experimental and tried-and-tested treatments to combat the pandemic.
From drugs designed to fight the virus directly, to drugs to keep i symptoms up to medicines aimed at reducing the risk of blood clotsand, the ACTIV program, run by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) of the United States, has over the past two years included more than 30 different studies, 13 of which are ongoing, conducted to identify effective therapeutic agents from over 800 initial candidates. Many of these jobs should generate results within the first half of the year.
Infections among children
I’m the cases of Covid-19 are stable in the children in school age in Italy, equal to 29% of the total of the casinos in our country, as indicated by the Istituto Superiore di Sanità (Iss), and the progression continues decline in hospitalizations in intensive care units and ordinary wards: the epidemic in Italy continues to follow a gradual progression towards the descent, even if the numbers are still high and the situation continues to require a lot of attention, as noted by the Minister of Health, Roberto Speranza.