Italy recorded only six COVID-19 deaths on the last day, the lowest since February 28. This confirms the decrease in pandemic deaths in the past few days, while 126 new infections have been confirmed. .
According to the Ministry of Health, a total of 240,436 cases and 34,744 deaths were registered. A further 305 patients were discharged on the last day, bringing the total number of recovered patients to 189,196.
In the meantime, the authorities in Lombardy, the region most affected by the pandemic, have decided to maintain the obligation to wear the mask outdoors for two weeks.
This was announced by regional president Attilio Fontana, who explained what they discussed with the experts. “We think it is fair to be fair to continue in this direction as the numbers are not going well,” he said during an event in Milan.