The latest data, reported by Spanish news agency Efe, represents a decrease of 31% of injuries and 20% of deaths compared to last week’s data.
With these numbers, Italy has accumulated, since the first case in the country, in February 2020, 4188,290 official cases of the disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, of which 125,153 died.
Currently, Italian authorities have recorded 283,744 active cases, most of them without symptoms or mild symptoms, to be cured at home.
Of the injured, 10,918 were hospitalized (476 fewer than on Thursday), including 1,430 in intensive care (39 fewer than on Friday).
With regard to vaccination, the health authorities provided 29969854 doses of vaccines against Covid-19, of which 9,759,934 people, or about 16.47% of the population, were fully vaccinated to receive the necessary doses stipulated in the plan.
The Italian government continues to ease restrictions in the country, given the decrease in the number of infections and the progress in the vaccination campaign.
So far, only the Val d’Aosta region, in the north of the country, remains in the “orange zone”, with a moderate risk of infection, and the whole country must move, on Monday, to the “yellow zone”, which is less restricted.