Italy has highest number of Covid cases since April – poca Negócios

Italy has highest number of Covid cases since April - poca Negócios

The number of cases of the disease in a day is the highest since April (Photo: Pixabay)

a Italy More than 17,030 new cases were reported this Friday (3) and 74 deaths in the pandemic COVID-19According to the bulletin of the Ministry of Health.

With this, the total number of previously diagnosed infections in the country rose to 5,077,445, while the number of deaths reached 134,077. The number of cases this Friday is the highest in Italy since April 10, when there were 17,567 infections.

The balance represents an increase in cases and victims compared to the same day of the previous week, when 13,686 infections and 51 victims were recorded.

In addition, Italy also has over 4.7 million cured and 216,154 active cases, the highest value since June 1 (225,751).

So far, more than 84.6% of the target audience (those over the age of 12) have been fully vaccinated. The percentage was reached after the Italian government implemented the mandatory use of health certificates in work and leisure.

During the end of the year, between December 6 and January 15, people who have not been vaccinated or have recently been treated for COVID may visit bars, restaurants, museums, gyms, nightclubs, cinemas, theaters and sports. You will not be able to enter events.

Thus, anti-vax individuals will only be able to attend essential services, means of transport, and the workplace, provided they present a negative test.

Yesterday (2), Italy recorded a new record of issued green passes, 1,191,447, just hours after the measures were “reinforced” on health certificates. Notably, as per the data of the government website, 498,888 green passes for vaccination, 682,493 for testing and 10,066 for treatment of COVID were downloaded yesterday.

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