Between the end of 2022 and the beginning of 2023 in Sardinia there was a worsening of the incidence of Covid per 100,000 inhabitants (208) and there was an increase in new cases (17.7%) compared to the previous week. This was revealed by the Gimbe Foundation by analyzing regional data in the week between 20 December 2022 and 5 January 2023.
The epidemiological curve rises more in the metropolitan city of Cagliari (271 per 100 thousand inhabitants) and in the Sassari area (188): almost 20% for both territories. But in all the provinces there is a double-digit increase: Oristano with 234 (+17.5% compared to the previous week); Nuoro 196 (+10.1%) and Southern Sardinia 146 (+15.9%) However, the number of beds in the medical area (7.6%) and in intensive care (2.9%) remain below the national average occupied by Covid-19 patients.
On the vaccination front, the slowdown is once again confirmed, given that the vaccination coverage rate with the fourth dose is 21.5% (Italian average 29.7%). l The percentage of the over 5 year old population who did not receive any dose of vaccine is 11.1% (Italian average 10.7%) to which must be added the temporarily protected population over 5 year old, as they recovered from COVID-19 less of 180 days, equal to 0.9%. The percentage of the over 5 year old population who did not receive the third dose of the vaccine is 15.2% (Italian average 12%) to which must be added the over 5 year old population healed for less than 120 days, who cannot receive the third immediate dose, equal to 2.4%.
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