Covid, weekly bulletin October 27 – November 3: 166,824 cases and 496 deaths

Covid, weekly bulletin October 27 – November 3: 166,824 cases and 496 deaths
Covid, weekly bulletin October 27 – November 3: 166,824 cases and 496 deaths
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Total cases rise to 23,642,011, ordinary hospitalizations are down (-277) while intensive care is increasing (+15)

I’m 166,824
Covid cases in Italy registered in the last week, from Thursday 27 October to yesterday 3 November, with 496 deaths. It is clear from the publication, as announced no longer daily but weeklyof the tables of the bulletins of the last days, arriving up to the date of yesterday 3 November.

A declining trend: the previous week, from 20 to 27 October, the new cases had been 220,554, with 582 deaths. THE total cases thus rise to 23,642,011, deaths to 179,436. In seven days the number of gods also dropped sick people current: from 484.241
to 425.11159,130 ​​less. The admissions are also downhill ordinary, 277 less (last week -144), for a total which comes down to 6,604, with an occupancy rate of 10.4% (last week it was 10.8%)
. In increase instead the intensive therapies15 more (last week -19), which rise to 238 in totalwith an occupancy rate of 2.4% (at 27 October it was 2.2%).

The national incidence is also decreasing, which drops to 283 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants (374 last week). In the period 12-25 October 2022, theAverage Rt calculated on symptomatic cases was equal to 0.95 (range 0.86-1.10), down from the previous week and below the cut-off value. The transmissibility index based on hospitalized cases decreases and is below the epidemic threshold. On the other hand, 1,108,326 swabs were carried out with a positive rate of 15.05%.

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November 4, 2022 (change November 4, 2022 | 18:06)

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