Covid today Italy, Civil Protection and regional contagion bulletin 2 September

Covid today Italy, Civil Protection and regional contagion bulletin 2 September

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Covid today Italy, Civil Protection and regional contagion bulletin 2 September

Data on infections, hospitalizations and deaths from Lombardy and Tuscany, Sicily and Lazio, Campania and Veneto

The Covid Italia bulletin of today, 2 September, with data and news from the Civil Protection – region by region – on infections, hospitalizations, deaths. In the aftermath of the obligation of the Green pass Italy also for trains, ships, planes, schools and universities, the numbers from Sicily in the yellow zone with new rules, from Lombardy and Puglia, Lazio and Campania, Tuscany and Veneto . The numbers of big cities like Rome, Milan and Naples. The point about vaccines in Italy. The bulletin of the regions:

VENETO

There are 844 new coronavirus infections in Veneto according to today’s bulletin, 2 September. Also recorded 2 other deaths. The total number of infected people is now 456,338, that of victims 11,691. On the hospital front, hospitalizations were stable, with 231 (-1) in ordinary wards and 55 (+1) in intensive care. The people currently positive and in isolation in the region are 13,056 (+261).

TUSCANY

There are 615 coronavirus infections in Tuscany today, 2 September 2021, according to data from the region’s bulletin anticipated by governor Eugenio Giani. “The new cases registered in Tuscany are 615 out of 18,424 tests of which 9,045 molecular swabs and 9,379 rapid tests. The rate of new positives is 3.34% (8.5% on the first diagnoses)”, writes Giani on social media, adding that the vaccines currently administered are 4,885,090.

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