ITALY CORONA VIRUS LAST SITUATION
The number of people who lost their lives in the Kovid-19 outbreak in Italy increased by 610 in the last 24 hours to 18,279.
Civil Defense General Manager Angelo Borrelli shared the latest information about the 7-week-long Kovid-19 outbreak at the press conference in the capital.
Borrelli stated that the number of cases in the country has increased to 96 thousand 877, and the total number of Kovid-19 contaminants has reached 143 thousand 626 when the number of deaths and healers are included in this number.
Angelo Borelli noted that the number of healers rose to 28 thousand 470 today, with an increase of 1979.
Chairman of the Council of Higher Health Institute Franco Locatelli also stated that the decrease in the number of patients receiving intensive care treatment has been going on for 5 consecutive days.
Locatelli said that they should be very careful about returning to normal, which has been on the agenda with the fall of numbers for a while in the country, because the virus is at risk of encountering the second wave of propagation.
It has been reported that a total of 853 thousand 369 tests have been carried out throughout the country.
THE QUARANTINE MEASURES ARE LONGER FOR 14 DAYS
The Italian news agency ANSA reported that the government is preparing to extend the duration of strict quarantine measures, which will end on April 13, by another 2 weeks.
“If scientists approve, we will start loosening some measures by the end of this month,” Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, interviewed by the British broadcaster BBC. said.
Prime Minister Conte also noted that the EU still has not agreed on how to provide financing to overcome the economic difficulties caused by the virus, “The EU project fails to agree on Eurobond (corona bonds) in this biggest crisis it has faced since World War II. it will be. ” found the assessment.
THE NUMBER OF DOCTORS OF DEATH EXCEEDED 100
Health workers, who are in the first place in the fight against Kovid-19, continue to be adversely affected by the virus.
In the country where more than 12,500 healthcare workers are infected, the number of doctors who lost their lives increased to 105 and the number of nurses to 28.