> ANSA-IL-PUNTO / COVID: Fedriga, Fvg does not risk orange

Covid, Gianni Rezza:

(ANSA) – TRIESTE, 17 DEC – “The data in the region are slightly down, fortunately there is no more growth, we hope a more consistent decline but, compared to the previous weeks when there was an increase, now I see a stabilization.

At present we do not risk the orange zone. “This was said by the president of the Fvg Region, Fedriga, on ‘A sheep’s day’.

“If the forecasts were to be correct it means that the wave does not cancel but is under control. Today’s data are: 286 hospitalizations in the medical area and 31 in intensive care”.

Fedriga specified that compared to last year “we have the same number of infections but the difference is that today there is more mobility, people were at home, now they go out, move, and the situation in hospitals is under control, thanks to the vaccine “. The “number of tampons is much higher than last year” The new ordinance of the Italian Ministry of Health, which imposed a tampon on entry into Italy until 31 January for those arriving from the EU also for those with the Green Pass will have an impact on travel with Austria and Slovenia.

The exceptions remain valid (ordinance of 22 October 2021), which facilitate short journeys for citizens who live close to the border. Among the exceptions, without prejudice to the obligation to fill in the Passenger Locator Form online, those provided for frontier workers entering and leaving for work and returning home, for pupils and students. Among the exceptions, also the transits, by private vehicle, in Italy for no more than 36 hours and that for those who stay no more than 48 hours in Italy, within 60 km from the residence, by private vehicle. For others and for longer journeys, the negative result of a molecular test (PCR) or antigen test performed 24 or 48 hours before entering Italy applies.

Finally, today in Fvg on 8,384 molecular swabs 701 new infections were detected, with a positive percentage of 8.36%. 16,113 rapid antigenic tests have been carried out, from which 108 cases (0.67%) were detected. Today 7 people died; people in intensive care drop to 31; patients in other departments are reduced to 286. (ANSA).


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