The last twenty-four hours in Italy 3,351 cases of coronavirus were recorded and 83 people lost their lives. Yesterday the cases were 3,738, with 126 dead.
In total, 247,330 diagnostic tests were performed, 1.3% of which were positive. Yesterday, the corresponding percentage was 1.5%.
The number of patients with coronavirus in the intensive care units of the country is 47 less than yesterday, while in the hospital wards it is 392 less.
At the same time, 19.57% of citizens, so far, have been vaccinated with both doses of coronavirus drugs. That is, they are 11,596,495 inhabitants of the country. In total, 33,770,194 doses of vaccine have been administered.
In the meantime, from next Tuesday, customers of Italian cafes and restaurants will be able to consume food and drinks inside the shops. They will be able to eat standing up, but always maintaining a safe distance of one meter.
Next Monday, in three regions (with its capital in Trieste, Cagliari in Sardinia and in the small region of Molise in central Italy) the night traffic ban will be lifted.
The governor of Sardinia, Christian Solina, has finally decided that all Italian citizens visiting his island (even if they come from low-risk areas) should bring with them a negative molecular test, a vaccination certificate or a certificate stating that they were cured of the coronavirus.