Italy: Three regions changed to Covid orange zones

 

A source said on Friday that Roberto Speranza of the Italian Ministry of Health will sign a new decree that will change Calabria, Lombardy and Piedmont from a high COVID risk red zone to a medium risk orange area. 

 


According to this decree, which took effect on Sunday, Liguria and Sicily will turn yellow. 

 

The Ministry of Health said on Friday that in the past 24 hours, 28,352 new coronavirus cases have been registered in Italy. There have been 827 victims.

 

In comparison, the number of new cases counted on Thursday was 29,003 and the death toll was 822.


It is currently falling by 7,952 units, while 35,467 units are recovered and discharged.



Since the beginning of the epidemic, the number of cases exceeded the 1.5 million mark on Thursday.

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