Covid: 8,569 cases, 67 victims. Circular regarding the third dose for those in their forties, “the virus is growing” – health care

8,569 positive tests for Covid were identified in the past 24 hours, according to Health Ministry data, yesterday they were 7,891. On the other hand, there are 67 victims in one day. Yesterday it was 60

There are 595,812 molecular and antigenic swabs of the coronavirus that have been taken in the past 24 hours in Italy, according to data from the Ministry of Health. Yesterday there were 487,618. The positivity rate was 1.4, down slightly from 1.6% yesterday. On the other hand, there are 422 patients in intensive care in Italy, less than yesterday in the balance between entrances and exits. Daily Admission 37 (Yesterday 34). There are 3,509 hospitalized patients showing symptoms in regular wards, or 62 more than yesterday.

Ministry Department

The Ministry of Health’s circular administering as of December 1 the booster dose of the Covid vaccine was also published for the 40-59 age group – at least 6 months after the end of the initial cycle – “in light of” the increased prevalence of SarsCoV2, resulting in Increased incidence of new infections.” The extension is expected “without compromising the priority of immunization for people still waiting to start/complete the initial course of vaccination, as well as administering a booster (booster) dose to groups already recommended.”

“The absolute priority is to provide maximum protection to people who are still waiting to start or complete an initial vaccination course, particularly with regard to groups most vulnerable to severe forms of COVID-19 due to age or extreme fragility.” And what we read in the Ministry of Health’s publication to update the indications for giving booster doses as part of the vaccination campaign against Covid. The document also recommends “urgently proceed with the administration of the booster dose to all persons who have previously recommended it”.

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