Intensive care discharge: ‘Almost only patients are not immunized’

Milan – Yesterday, for the first time since the beginning of the second wave, the number of seriously ill people with Covid-19 in Italy, that is, those who were hospitalized in intensive care, fell to less than 500, equivalent to 5% of occupied beds. These are mostly people who have not yet been vaccinated.

The identity of critically ill patients at this point on the nearby peninsula was established by Dr. Francesco Dental, director of the department of internal medicine at the Circulo di Varese hospital, who explained to ANSA that they were “patients of long-term dating or unvaccinated people,” adding, “We are We take care of them, they understand for themselves that they made a mistake and that they regret that they did not protect themselves.”

The same was confirmed to Professor Corriere della Sera, Roberto Fumagali, Director of the Department of Anesthesia and Resuscitation at the Niguarda Hospital in Milan. “These are mostly people who are not immunized or those who became infected in the period between the first and second doses of the vaccine.”

The Italian region with the largest number of occupied intensive care beds is Lombardy, which currently has 92 patients, with an average age between 61 and 62 years.

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