The Italian government confirmed a second consecutive day this Monday that the number of cases of coronavirus has declined, and has indicated that the Lombardy region, the epicenter of the pandemic in the European country, has had four days without deaths .
The Department of Health has detailed in its latest review that 170 new infections and five deaths have been confirmed in the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 246,286 and 35,112 respectively, while a total of 198,593 have recovered until the date.
It was also found that there are currently 12,581 active cases in the country, of which 11,769 are quarantined in their homes, while 45 are admitted to intensive care units.
Finally, it has shown that Lombardy remains the most affected province in the country with a total of 95,955 cases, followed by Piedmont with 31,610 and Emilia-Romagna with 29,555. Behind it is Veneto with 19,825; Tuscany at 10,438; and Liguria with 10,174.