“The good news is that in the past two weeks we have had about 390,000 new vaccines.” This was said by Nino Cartapellotta, President of the Gimpei Foundation, “Italy Woke Up” on Radio Cusano Campus. “This directly or indirectly – he added – shows that the famous hard core of unvaccinated people has room to scratch. It is clear that if this increase in vaccination continues, in just a couple of months the unvaccinated hardcore will remain.. But I doubt the possibility of this happening The increase even if it is difficult to make predictions: Italians often surprise us favorably.”
On the epidemiological front, Cartapilota noted, “The growth of cases has been confirmed, but with the impact on hospitals, it is nonetheless much more modest than in the pre-vaccination era. And in the pre-vaccination era, with the current number of infections, we have tripled Number of patients in hospital and intensive care. For every thousand positive cases we have, 2.4% are hospitalized in the medical field and 3 times more in intensive care. We have to manage the epidemic in a normal way, because we can no longer afford to block hospitals by impeding the help of infected patients. other diseases.”
The proportion of beds occupied by COVID patients in hospital wards in the Medical District has increased to 10% nationwide. This is what emerged from the daily monitoring of the National Agency for Regional Health Services (AGNS), which compares the data of December 6 with the data of the previous day. The percentage of places in the medical field is growing in 7 PA regions: Abruzzo (9%), Calabria (15%), Emilia-Romagna (9%), Friuli Venezia Giulia (23%), Trento General Administration (by 11%), Piedmont (8%), Sardinia (5%) while it decreases in the Aosta Valley (21%).
Nationally, the proportion of places in intensive care is steady at 8%. Covid patients occupied it. Brands return beyond the threshold of 12% and Friuli Venezia Giulia (16%) and the Autonomous Province of Bolzano (14) remain outside the threshold (which is 10%). While the percentage is decreasing in Abruzzo (4%), Calabria (10%), Liguria (10%), Umbria (8%), and the Aosta Valley (3%). This is what emerged from the daily monitoring of the National Agency for Regional Health Services (AGNS), which compares the data of December 6 with the data of the previous day.
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