Coronavirus in Italy: Number of patients in intensive care decreases for the first time

Today is the first day in which figures register a drop in the number of patients hospitalized in Intesive Care Units since the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic in Italy.

A total of 3,994 Covid-19 patients have been hospitalized in intensive care in the last 24 hours, 74 people less than yesterday.

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Since the beginning of the Coronavirus epidemic in Italy, at least 124,632 people have contracted the Covid-19 virus, 4,805 cases more than yesterday meaning there has been a +4% growth. 

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Of these, 15,362 died , +681 if compared to yesterday registering a 4.6% growth, while 20,996 have been discharged from hospitals after being cured, +1,238 if compared to yesterday for a percentage growth of 6.3%.

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