The epidemic in Italy tends to ease, and the medical system is still under pressure.
On November 27th local time, the Italian Ministry of Health and the Institute of Higher Health jointly released a weekly epidemic monitoring report, pointing out that the epidemic situation in Italy tends to ease, and the prevention and control measures implemented for several weeks have shown results.
The data shows that between November 9 and 22, the cumulative incidence rate in the country was 706.27 per 100,000 inhabitants, a slight decline from the previous cycle.
The Italian Ministry of Health announced that although the epidemic showed signs of easing, the number of new confirmed cases is still high, and the pressure on the medical system has not been significantly reduced, so vigilance cannot be relaxed prematurely.
The announcement calls on the people to stay at home as much as possible and strictly abide by various health and epidemic prevention measures.