Italy: Infection rate drops further to 1.1

The crucial Rt COVID infection rate in Italy fell for the fourth week in a row on Friday, dropping from 1.26 to 1.1.


Officials say the latest collapse verifies a trend that has been going on for some time.

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According to the weekly report from the Higher Health Institute (ISS) and the Ministry of Health, the whole country of Italy will stay in a low-risk white zone.


According to the study, Sicily, which had been on the verge of becoming a moderate-risk yellow zone, now has data that will keep it white like the rest of the country.
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A total of 18 locations have been categorized as low-to-moderate danger, with the remaining three being classed as low risk.


Except for Sicily, which has a rate of 16.5 percent, no area has exceeded the COVID thresholds of 10% ICU occupancy and 15% general hospitalizations.


According to the data, the rate of infection per 100,000 persons has remained relatively constant.




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