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Confirmed cases in Italy exceeds 700000. Milan’s Covid-19 hospital add 1 case in 3 minutes!

Confirmed cases in Italy exceeds 700000. Milan's Covid-19 hospital adds 1 case in 3 minutes!

Euronet citing EUN News Agency, on November 1st local time, the Italian Ministry of Emergency Civil Defense reported 29,907 new confirmed cases of new crown, with a total of more than 700,000 confirmed cases; 208 new deaths , The cumulative deaths exceeded 38,826.

According to reports, in the past week, Italy has seen a steady increase in the number of ordinary hospitalized patients and critically ill patients with the new crown. So far, the number of ordinary hospitalized patients nationwide has reached 18,902, and 1,939 intensive care patients.

In the early morning of October 25, local time, in Milan, northern Italy, an empty street in front of La Scala was illuminated by red lights.

The Italian National Health Institute stated that the four regions with the most severe epidemics in Italy, Lombardy, Piedmont, Campania, and Valle d’Aosta, have reached or exceeded 2.

Among them, the epidemic in Milan, the capital of Lombardy, was very severe. 1554 new cases were confirmed that day, and about 878 people were infected for every 100,000 residents. 

Milan’s San Rafael Hospital said that the number of confirmed cases in Milan’s designated hospitals for the new crown is increasing by an average of 1 every 3 minutes, and most designated hospitals for the new crown have already experienced shortage of beds.

In addition, 16 general hospitals in the Piedmont region were officially changed to designated hospitals for the new crown last week.

Most hospitals in Turin, the capital of the region, have stopped receiving non-emergency and routine chronic patients. Other regions with severe epidemics are constantly expanding hospital beds and medical staff to meet the needs of new crown patients.

On the 1st local time, Italian Regional and Autonomous Region Affairs Minister Boccia and Health Minister Speranza convened a video work conference with mayors at the provincial level across the country to extensively solicit opinions from local governments on whether to take measures to close the cities in severely affected cities.

Most mayors who attended the meeting believed that the curfew and epidemic prevention measures at this stage are difficult to contain the surge of confirmed cases.

People are tired of the epidemic and the authorities should take more stringent prevention and control measures to achieve the goal of curbing the spread of the epidemic. .

On October 24, local time, Rome, Italy, a seagull wandered on the empty steps.

The president of the Italian National Association of Mayors and the mayor of Bari, Antonio Decaro, said that it is necessary to shorten the operating hours of bars and tobacco shops and bring the curfew to 18:00 every night. It is also recommended to close large shopping malls on weekends to restrict the cross-regional movement of residents in severely affected cities.

Lombardy Region President Attilio Fontana said that the spread of the new crown epidemic is currently roughly the same nationwide, and the government should adopt unified prevention and control measures to curb the spread of the virus.

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