Italy added the lowest number of deaths since March 2nd, with 26 deaths in the past 24 hours as new infections and hospitalizations continue to decline, with attention now focused on an important focus found in a hospital by became Rome, the capital.
According to civil protection, there were 26 deaths and 303 new cases on the last day, making a total of 34,371 deaths and 237,290 infections. As has been the general trend, Lombardy is at the top of new cases at 259 to 85 percent in this northern region most affected by the pandemic, while there were no new cases in nine regions.
In hospital patients, there are 3,489,105 fewer than the day before, while 207 people are admitted to the intensive care unit, two fewer than on Sunday. Another 640 people were discharged on the last day, increasing the number of COVID-19 cured patients to 177,010.
In addition, the Rome public prosecutor’s office has launched an investigation into COVID-19 infections at the San Raffaele alla Pisana hospital in the capital, which has been reported to have had an outbreak in recent days. The AdnKronos agency is currently investigating whether all hygiene regulations in the facility have been complied with.