How could change the colors of the regions: who passes in the red zone and who in orange

How could change the colors of the regions: who passes in the red zone and who in orange

For Easter days the rules will be equal for all: red zone in all regions on 3, 4 and 5 April. But already from Monday 29 March the subdivision by colors could in part change. The only certainty is that Italy, with the momentary abolition of the yellow zone, will remain all between orange and red.

Some small change, for someone better and for others worse, but it could be there. Currently in the red zone there are lombardia, Piedmont, Friuli-Venezia giulia, trento, veneto, Emilia-Romagna, brands, lazio, campania, puglia. Are also considered at risk the valley of Aosta and calabria, territories in which however the data seem less negative, although worrying.

The only sure candidate to switch from red to orange instead is lazio. Who could switch from orange to redthe most worrying situation is definitely that of Tuscany. Last week the incidence of cases every 100 thousand inhabitants was at 246 altitude: with 250 snaps automatically the red zone.

It should also be considered that about one third of the municipalities in the region are already in the red zone. Should remain in the red Piedmont area, Friuli-Venezia giulia, trento, veneto, Emilia-Romagna, brands and puglia. Also because last week’s data, in both cases, were high both in terms of Rt (especially in rural areas) and in incidence.

Both regions may still have a higher incidence than 250 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants. For the return to the orange area, then, they will probably have to wait on 12 April. Lazio unico region to hope in passage from red to orangethe only comforting data and that make hope for a passage from orange to red are those of lazio.

Last week the lazio respected both criteria and seems to be able to happen the same with the monitoring of next Friday.