Bulletin for Friday 2 September 2022

Bulletin for Friday 2 September 2022
Bulletin for Friday 2 September 2022
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Bulletin of the Campania Region of 2 September 2022: there are 1,833 new Coronavirus positives out of 13,912 tests, 12 deaths are recorded.

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I’m 1,833 the new positives to the Coronavirus in Campania (of which 181 to the molecular swab and 1,652 antigenic positive) on 13,912 molecular swabs (4,858) and antigen tests (9,054), i.e. rapid swabs, analyzed in the last 24 hours, with a 13.17% positivity rate – that is, the ratio between positives and swabs analyzed – lower than that recorded yesterday in 15.26%with 1,947 new positive Covid in Campania emerged from the analysis of 12,758 tampons.

These are the data of the last bulletin ordinary of the Campania Region for Covid19 published today, Friday 2 September 2022, and updated at midnight yesterday, Thursday 1 September 2022, which take into account the update on the quarantine and isolation measures of the Ministry of Health. They register 12 deadof which 2 in the last 48 hours and 10 previously died but registered yesterday.

ICU beds on a regional basis

Campania reported the number of intensive care beds available to 575 from 573 at the end of June. Meanwhile, in today’s bulletin, Covid19 hospitalizations in the medical area in the Campania hospitals fall and remain stable in the intensive care wards. The seats occupied in intensive care 9 (+0) out of 575 places remain, while those in the wards of ordinary hospitalization they went from 277 to 268 (-9) out of 3,160 beds available between Covid hospitals and private offer.

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Report of beds on a regional basis:

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  • Intensive care beds available: 575
  • Occupied intensive care beds: 9 (+0)
  • Available hospital beds: 3,160

Occupied hospital beds: 268 (-9)

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