There were 295 positive cases registered today compared to yesterday.
The number of total cases since the beginning of the epidemic rises to 247,832.
53% of new cases were detected in three regions (Emilia Romagna, Lombardy and Veneto): Emilia Romagna, 56, Lombardy, 55.
Valle d'Aosta and Basilicata have registered no new cases.
5 deaths due to covid-19 were registered in the last 24 hours (the total in Italy is 35,146): 2 in Emilia Romagna, 1 in Lombardy, 1 in Veneto and 1 in Tuscany.
The patients in intensive care reached 43, two more than yesterday, those hospitalized with symptoms reached 705 (eleven less); in home isolation 11,709 (+44). This is the report from the daily bulletin of the Ministry of Health.
The epidemic curve in Italy remains stable after the recent rise in new cases. Today, 379 cases were registered; a slight decrease compared to yesterday's 386.
New cases are being recorded across nearly the entire country: Lombardy has experienced a decrease (77 cases compared to 88), but a cluster in the Treviso is worrying, which includes the 117 new cases in the Veneto region.
In Sicily, 16 new cases have been identified, and in Sardinia 10. Only, the Valle d'Aosta region has 0 new infections today.
The total number of infected patients since the beginning of the covid-19 epidemic rises to 247,537. This is what emerges from the daily bulletin of the Ministry of Health.
The number of covid-19 new cases continues to rise in Italy.
In the last 24 hours, the number of positive cases has increased by 386 (yesterday there were 289 new cases), according to data from the Ministry of Health.
On the brighter side, the number of deaths continues to slow. There were three victims today (yesterday totaled 6): this is the lowest number recorded since the outbreak.
The total number of deaths since the beginning of the pandemic is 35,132. The cured today are 765, whilst the total is 199,796.
The swabs carried out today have been 61,858, 5,000 more than the previous day.
The new cases are registered mainly in Veneto (+112) and Lombardy (+88), then there are 39 in Sicily and 35 in Emilia Romagna. There are 5 regions without new infections: Umbria, Sardinia, Valle d'Aosta, Molise and Basilicata.
The number of patients in intensive care rises from 38 to 47 (+9) in 24 hours. There is also an increase in hospitalized patients with symptoms (+31), which are now 748. There are 11,435 people in isolation at home. (-412), the currently positive cases 12,230 (-386). The discharged and cured are 199,796 (+765).
New increase in the number of covid-19 cases in Italy, for the second consecutive day: 289 today, against 212 yesterday.
Lombardy registers 46 new positives (yesterday 53), but Veneto follows closely with 42. High numbers also in Lazio, from 10 yesterday to 34 today.
Confirming that the epidemic is no longer prevalently in Lombardy but is more evenly spread from North to South, only two regions now have zero cases: Umbria and Basilicata.
The total number of people affected by covid-19 in Italy rises to 246,776. This is what emerges from the daily bulletin of the Ministry of Health.
12 victims due to coronavirus infections have been registered in the last 24 hours, with the total reaching 35,123.
Slight rise in the number of new covid-19 infections: 212 today, compared to 170 yesterday. These are the figures in today's bulletin issued by the Ministry of Health.
Still growing are those hospitalized with symptoms (+9, 749) and patients in isolation at home (+24, 11,820).
The new covid-19 cases in Italy are down for the second consecutive day: 170 today, compared to 255 yesterday.
The drop is distributed over most of the country, especially Lombardy (34 cases against 74 yesterday), Emilia Romagna (33 against 61) and Piedmont (4 against 12), with the exception of Liguria, which rises from 3 to 24 new cases.
The total number of people affected by the virus thus rises to 246,286. This is what emerges from the daily bulletin of the Ministry of Health.
The number of deaths has been stable for four days now: 5 in the last 24 hours, for a total of 35,112 causalities since the beginning of the pandemic.
There have been 5 new reported deaths in Italy due to the covid-19 pandemic in the last 24 hours.
There are 198 newly cured patients.
254 new cases of covid-19 have been registered, with a slight decrease compared to yesterday when the new cases were 275. This is according to the data published on the website of the Italian Ministry of Health.
The total number of deceased patients is 35,107, the total number of discharged/healed patients is 198,446, whilst the total number of positive cases is 246,118.
The number of current positive cases registered in Italy is 12,565.
So far 6,560,572 swabs have been taken, +40,526 since yesterday.
There has been a slight increase in coronavirus positives cases: in the last 24 hours 275 new cases have been registered, compared to 252 yesterday, for a total of 245,864 people since the outbreak began.
The number of deaths is equal to yesterday's figure of 5, one of the lowest ever, for a total of 35,102 people who have lost their lives since the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic.
The epidemic curve in Italy is once again dropping: after two days of growth, with the new cases that rose from 129 on 21 July to 306 yesterday, today there are 252 new positives.
Lombardy’s cases are down (53 today compared to 82 yesterday), surpassed by Emilia Romagna with 63 new cases.
Veneto is also on the rise with 30 new cases.
The number of new covid-19 infections in the last 24 hours in Italy is still rising: according to Civil Protection data there are 306 new cases, compared to 282 yesterday.
The new victims are 10 (yesterday 9) for a total number of 35,092 deaths.
The total number of cases rises to 245,338.
The currently positive patients are 12,404 (+82), the cured 197,842 (+214).
In Lombardy 82 new cases were registered. New cases have also been registered in all regions in the last 24 hours, except for Valle d'Aosta.
22 July 2020
The epidemic curve in Italy is rising, with new cases more than doubled since yesterday: 282 today compared to 129 24 hours ago.
The highest number is registered in Emilia Romagna with 57 new cases. Lombardy follows with 51 and Veneto with 36.
The same number of new cases is recorded in Basilicata (but 33 of these are part of a group of migrants already in quarantine), a region with zero infections in recent days.
In fourth place for increase in the number of new cases is also the autonomous province of Trento (20) which also exceeds Lazio (20), Campania (19) and Piedmont (13).
The total number of people affected by Covid-19 in Italy thus rises to 245,032. This is what emerges from the daily bulletin of the Ministry of Health.
The number of deaths is decreasing, 9 today compared to 15 yesterday, for a total of 35,082 people died.
Victims were recorded in Lombardy (1), Emilia Romagna (2), Veneto (4) and Lazio (2). The cured have been 197 in the 24 hours (yesterday 269), and are now 197,628 in total.
21 July 2020
The number of new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours in Italy is still falling.
According to data from the Ministry of Health there are 129 new cases, compared to 190 yesterday.
The new victims are instead 15, for a total number of 35,073 deaths.
The total number of cases rises to 244,752.
The currently positive ones are now 12,248 (-156), the healed 197,431 (+269). Swabs were 43,110.
20 July 2020
The number of new coronavirus cases is still falling in Italy.
190case were registered on 20 July. Yesterday there were 219 and 249 on Saturday.
A figure partly due to the "weekend effect": only 24,253 swabs tested in the last 24 hours, against a daily average of over 50 thousand. The total thus rises to 244,624.
13 deaths where registered today against 3 yesterday (of which 8 in Lombardy), for a total of 35,058.
The healed are 213 in one day (yesterday 143), and reach the total number of 197,162. This is what emerges from the daily bulletin of the Ministry of Health.
19 July 2020
Lowest number of covid-19 victims in Italy since 22 February.
For the first time in months no casualties have been registered in the Lombardy region.
After a few days of slow growth, the total number of new infection cases has decreased: 219 on 19 July, while the previous day 249 cases had been registered for a total of 244,434 since the beginning of the pandemic.
The number of people that were cured on 19 July is 143 (323 on 18 July), for a total of 196,949 since the beginning of the pandemic.
As of 19 July, 743 patients had been hospitalized (-14 compared to the previous day), 49 patients are in intensive care (50 on 18 July) and 11,648 in isolation at home.
Out of the 3 total deaths due to covid-19 registered on 19 July, one was recorded in Veneto, one in Lazio and one in Basilicata.
Of the total 35,045 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic, 16,788 occurred in Lombardy.
18 July 2020
Cases of coronavirus infection are on the rise: in the last 24 hours, 249 cases have been recorded (and 233 yesterday).
There has been a narrow increase in the number of deaths: 14 (11 yesterday) for a total of 35,042 victims since the beginning of the pandemic.
10 of 11 of yesterday’s victims were registered in Lombardy alone.
The number of recovered (323 in the last 24 hours, yesterday there were 237) reached a total of 196,806.
The number of current positive cases has fallen by 88 (yesterday -17) and now there are 12,368.
The number of patients in intensive remains 50, as it was yesterday.
The new cases are 88 in Lombardy, 40 in Emilia Romagna, 34 in Veneto, 20 in Lazio, 18 in Liguria and 15 in Campania, the other regions have single-digit increases, except for Valle d'Aosta, Molise and Basilicata which did not register any new cases.
The number of patients hospitalized with symptoms is 757 (-14), those in home isolation are 11,561 (-74).
17 July 2020
The number of new coronavirus infections remains in line with yesterday's data: in the last 24 hours there have been 233 new cases (yesterday 230).
The total number of cases in Italy is 243,967.
Of the new cases of contagion, 55 (23.6%+) were recorded in Lombardy and Veneto, and 54 in Emilia Romagna.
The number of deaths is falling: 11 recorded today (yesterday there were 20), divided as follows: 3 in Lombardy, 2 in Emilia Romagna and Tuscany, 1 in Piedmont, Liguria, Lazio and Campania.
The total number of victims is 35,028. This is what emerges from the latest bulletin issued by the Civil Protection Agency, according to which the current covid- 19 positive cases are 12,456 (17 less than yesterday) while the discharged and recovered are 196,483 (237 more).
16 July 2020
230 new covid-19 cases were registered in the last 24 hours in Italy, an additional 162 if compared with the previous day.
The number of victims is 20, 1 more than yesterday.
The total number of cases has risen to 243,736, with deaths exceeding 35,000 (35,017 to be precise).
There are 12,473 positive cases (-20), while total people cured reached 196,246.
There were no cases of contagion in 4 regions (Umbria, Valle d'Aosta, Molise and Basilicata), and in the autonomous province of Trento, while there were no deaths in 14 regions: Piedmont, E-Romagna, Tuscany, Marche, Trentino-Alto Adige, Campania, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Sicily, Umbria, Sardinia, Calabria, Valle d'Aosta, Molise and Basilicata.
15 July 2020
162 new covid-19 infection cases have been registered in Italy on 15 July, +48 if compared to the previous day. Of these 63 have been registered in Lombardy (about 40%).
The number of victims is 13, 5 less than 14 July.
The total number of cases rises to 243,506 whilst fatalities rise to 34,997.
There are currently 12,493 coronavirus-positive patients, 426 less than those registered on 14 July.
Compared to 14 July, the total number of patients discharged and cured rises to 196,016 (+575).
According to the updated data on the Ministry of Health emergency monitoring website, the current positives case in Italy at the moment are 12,493, with a decrease of 426 units compared to the previous day.
Of the 12,493 current positive cases, 797 are those hospitalized with symptoms, 57 (of which 23 in Lombardy and 10 in Lazio) those in intensive care and 11,639 those in home isolation.
The cases of patients admitted to intensive care therefore fell by 3 units if compared to 14 July (60 to 57) and, in addition to Lombardy (from 27 to 23), there are concerns over seven other regions:
Lazio with 10, Emilia Romagna with 9, Piedmont with 8, Tuscany with 3, Veneto with 2, Marche and Campania with 1. Of the 162 people found positive for coronavirus, 63 are in Lombardy, 21 in Veneto and 20 in Lazio.
14 July 2020
114 new covid-19 cases were reported in Italy on 14 July, less than the 169 new case registered the previous day.
There were 17 victims, 4 more than yesterday’s reportings.
Total cases rise to 243,344, and deaths to 34,984.
In twelve regions no deaths have been registered, and in eight others no new patients compared to 13 July.
The regions where there have been no fatalities are Basilicata, Molise, Valle d'Aosta, Calabria, Sardinia, Umbria, Trentino Alto Adige, Sicily, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Puglia, Campania and Marche.
In other regions, three deaths have been registered in Lombardy, Piedmont and Tuscany, two in Emilia-Romagna, Veneto and Liguria, one in Lazio and one in Abruzzo, as of 13 July.
The regions that have recorded no new cases are: Basilicata, Molise, Valle d'Aosta, Calabria, Umbria, Abruzzo, Apulia and Campania.
13 July 2020
13 deaths attributed to covid-19 infection have been registered on 13 July, showing an increase, if compared to the previous day of 9 victims.
On the other hand, compared to the previous 24 hours, there have been 169 new infections, while on Sunday 12 July there had been 234 new cases.
The number of victims in Italy since the beginning of the pandemic has risen to 34,967. The total number of cases is 243,230, while the current positive ones are 13, 157.
On 13 July there were 178 cured patients (349 on 12 July) for a total of 195,106 recoveries.
12 July 2020
The number of covid-19 cases saw an increase on 12 July, despite the lower number of swabs carried out (38,259) compared to the previous day, 11 July.
234 people have tested positive and 9 people have died (8 in the Lombardy region).
There are 68 covid-19 positive patients in intensive care units in Italy, one more than the previous day.
Fourteen regions do not have patients in intensive care.
There are 776 hospitalized patients with symptoms (50 less than the previous day), those in home isolation are 12,335 (a drop of 175).
The total number of covid-19 positive people in Italy is 13,179 (124 less). 194,928 have been cured (+349).
Seven regions and the province of Trento have registered zero new cases.
The regions that have not recorded new positives cases are Liguria, Puglia, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Sicily, Sardinia, Valle d'Aosta and Basilicata.
There are 18 Italian regions that have not recorded new Coronavirus deaths.
Unfortunately, the exception is the Lombardy region that registered 8 victims, and Abruzzo with 1, according to data released by the Ministry of Health.
11 July 2020
After three days of increase, the epidemic curve in Italy decreases.
On 11 July, 188 new cases were registered, compared to 276 registered the previous day.
The new infections are mainly in the Lombardy region that marks +67. The day before, 10 July, the new cases were 135, but with 4 thousand less tests made in the area.
Emilia Romagna also stands out with 47 new positives, followed by Lazio with 19 and Veneto with 10.
All the other Italian regions registered less than 10 cases.
The total number of Italians affected by Covid-19 rises to 242,827. This is what emerges from the daily bulletin of the Ministry of Health.
The number of deaths also fell, 7 on 11 July (on 10 July they were 12), for a total of 34,945.
In the last 24 hours deaths have been registered in only 4 regions: Lombardy (4), Piedmont (1), Tuscany (1) and Liguria (1).
306 patients have been cured (295 on 10 July), bringing the total to 194,579. As a result of these data, the current positive figures are down, 125 less today, for a total that drops to 13,303.
The number of ordinary hospitalizations is still down (18 less, 826 in all), while the number of intensive therapies cases is up by 2 (67 in all).
There are 14 out of 20 regions that have covid-free intensive care hospital units. In home isolation there are 12,410 patients.
10 July 2020
For the third day in a row the epidemic curve in Italy rises. The new cases recorded yesterday, 10 July, are 276 compared to 229 on 9 July and 193 on Wednesday 8 July. Half of the cases are in Lombardy, where the number increases from 119 to 135 new positives to covid-19.
The total number of people affected by covid-19 in Italy reaches 242,639. According to the bulletin on the Italian Ministry of Health's website, updated to 10 July
The number of deaths is stable, 12 on 10 July as on Wednesday 8 July there were 15, for a total of 34,938.
Deaths were recorded in only 5 regions: Lombardy (6), Piedmont (2), Veneto (2), Tuscany (1) and Lazio (1).
There have been 295 patients cured in 24 hours, 194,273 in all.
As a result of these data, the number of the current patients has fallen slightly, 31 less than 9 July, for a total of 13,428.