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Italy has the lowest number of COVID-19 deaths since March 2, with 23 deaths

June 22, 2020

Italy recorded the lowest number of COVID-19 deaths since March 2 on the last day, with 23 deaths, one less than on Sunday, and a further 218 new infections were also registered.

With this data, the pandemic leaves 238,720 confirmed cases and 34,657 deaths in the transalpine country, according to data released on Monday by Civil Protection.

Lombardy remains the most affected region, adding another 143 infections on the last day, 66 percent of the total across the country, while no new cases were found on the last day in seven regions.

Italy has the lowest number of COVID-19 deaths since March 2, with 23 deathsItaly has the lowest number of COVID-19 deaths since March 2, with 23 deaths

There are currently 2,038 patients in the hospital and 127 in the intensive care unit, 21 fewer than on Sunday. On the other hand, another 533 were discharged on the last day, increasing the total number of cured patients to 183,426.