What has just opened could be thelast week of major restrictions in Italy. Much will depend on the control room to be held tomorrow, Tuesday 26 April, and by the Council of Ministers on Thursday 28 April. The government is likely to decide on a further relaxation of the restrictive measures that were necessary due to the pandemic. In any case, the situation must be kept under control, to avoid that there may be a tail blow from Covid-19. Therefore, it is necessary to keep the attention high and continue also in daily behaviors a make common sense prevail.
I’m 24,878 new infections from Covid recorded in the last 24 hours, according to data from the Ministry of Health. Yesterday there were 56,263. The victims are instead 93, up from the 79 recorded yesterday. There are 138,803 molecular and antigenic swabs for the coronavirus carried out in the last 24 hours, according to data from the Ministry of Health. Yesterday there were 326,211. The positivity rate is 17.9%, up from 17.2% yesterday. There are 416 patients admitted to intensive care, a stable number compared to yesterday in the balance between entries and exits. The daily admissions are 26. The people admitted to the ordinary wards return to over 10 thousand: they are 10,050, or 155 more than yesterday. The region with the highest number of cases today is Emilia Romagna with 3,403 followed by Campania (2,939), Lazio (2,772), Lombardy (2,359) and Veneto (2,053). The discharged / healed in the last 24 hours are 26,738 (yesterday 44,849) for a total of 14,755,958 while the currently positive ones are 1,549 less (yesterday +11,920) for a total of 1,242,600. Of these, 1,232,134 are in home isolation.
The national bulletin
Compared to 19,240 swabs carried out are 2,359 the new positives coronavirus in the last 24 hours in Lombardy with a positivity index down to 12.2% (yesterday it was 13%). Intensive care patients are increasing (42, +3), and in other wards (1.171, +13). The dead are 28 for a total of 39,832 deaths since the start of the pandemic. As regards the provinces, the new cases are 734 in Milan, 387 in Brescia, 216 in Monza and Brianza, 197 in Varese, 164 in Bergamo, 150 in Pavia, 131 in Como, 84 in Mantua, 77 in Cremona,
From May 1st, the Green Pass should no longer be mandatory in some places. Thus begins to fall an obligation that had been at the center of many controversies and demonstrations by No Vax groups. After
Where the Green Pass will remain mandatory even after May 1st