Coronavirus lazio, bulletin of Wednesday 19 May: 466 new cases and 16 dead, 208 counts in Rome

Coronavirus lazio, bulletin of Wednesday 19 May: 466 new cases and 16 dead, 208 counts in Rome

Today, Wednesday 19 May, 466 positive cases and 16 deaths are recorded in the lazio, while the healed are 1880. more than 15 thousand swabs and almost 18 thousand antigenics were carried out, for a total of over 33 thousand tests. The ratio between positives and buffers is 2.9%, but if we consider also antigenics the percentage is 1.3%. In Rome the counties are 208, in the other provinces 133 cases and 2 dead.

The health care provider of the Lazio region, D’Amato, has communicated this to the today’s covid newsletter. The total of cases examined is 337676.new counters in the asl lazio for aslasl roma 1: There are 65 cases in the last 24h and it is isolated cases at home or with family links or contact of a case already known. 3 deaths are recorded;asl roma 2: are 116 cases in the last 24h and are isolated cases at home or with family links or contact of a case already known.

2 deaths are recorded;asl roma 6: 46 cases in the last 24h and are isolated cases at home or with family links or contact of a case already known. Latina asl: 47 new cases and are isolated cases at home or with family links or contact of a case already known. Faggot asl: 47 new cases are recorded and there are isolated cases at home contacts of a case already known or with family links.

Vine axle: 30 new cases are recorded and are isolated cases at home or with family links or contact of a case already known. Asl of rieti: 9 new cases are recorded and are isolated cases at home or with family links or contact of a case already known. Shouldership bulletin 19 May 2021118 positive patients with covid are admitted to the roma shoulders institute of these, 22 are admitted in intensive care.

2682 are the persons who are dismissed and transferred to their home or other territorial structures. This is how we read about today’s bulletin from the Roman hospital.