Covid: 34,978 cases, 45 victims. The rate is 18.1% – healthcare

34,978 new infections with the Covid virus were recorded during the past 24 hours, according to data from the Ministry of Health. Yesterday there were 35,427. Instead, the number of victims reached 45, a slight increase Compared to 41 yesterday. Total 193,040 swabs b 18.1% positivity ratedown from 19% yesterday.

The number of patients admitted to intensive care increased to 193 patients, an increase of 2 from yesterday in the balance between entrances and exits. The number of daily admissions reached 24 people. And the number of people admitted to regular suites increased to 4,331, or 11 more than yesterday.

Currently the pluses are 561,015, thus 11,030 fewer in the last 24 hours. In total they 178,44,905 Italians have been infected since the beginning of the epidemicWhile the death toll rises to 167,703. The number of those dismissed and recovered reached 1,7116,187, an increase of 45,956.

Weekly Report: Infection cases are increasing
The increase in cases from Covid continues. From August 24, 2021 to June 5, 2022, 532,755 re-infection cases were reported, corresponding to 4.0% of the total reported cases, Last week, the proportion of re-infections out of the total number of reported cases was 7.4%., up from the previous week when it was 6.3%. This is indicated by the expanded weekly report that integrates Covid Iss surveillance and the Ministry of Health. Unvaccinated people, women, health professionals, and those who have been vaccinated for more than 120 days are at greater risk.

Analyzing the risk of reinfection starting December 6, 2021, the report better identifies, indicates a greater risk in people first diagnosed with Covid who have been notified for more than 210 days than in those first diagnosed with COVID-19 among 90 and the previous 210 days. In people who have not been immunized or vaccinated with at least one dose for more than 120 days compared to the vaccine with at least one dose within 120 days; in females compared to males. “The greater risk in female subjects may be due to the greater presence of women in the school environment where extensive screening activity is conducted and to the fact that women often fulfill the role of caregiver in the family.” Younger age groups (12-49 years) are also more at risk than people with a first diagnosis who are 50-59 years old. “The greater risk of reinfection in younger age groups is likely to be attributable to more risky behaviors and exposures, compared to age groups over 60.” Finally, in health workers compared to the rest of the population.

L ‘Vaccine efficacy Anti-Covid in the omicron prevalence period (from January 3, 2022) in the prevention of severe disease cases is 69% in vaccination with a full course of less than 90 days, 68% in a full course of 91 and 120 days, and 71 percent of those who have completed a full course of vaccination of more than 120 days, to reach87% of those vaccinated with boosters, refers to the report. In preventing infection, 41% are within 90 days of the end of the vaccination cycle, 32% are between 91 and 120 days, and 46% are 120 days after the end of the cycle or the equivalent of 55% with the booster dose.

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